Aggressive Criminal Defense
No one plans on being arrested for criminal charges, much less the cost of hiring an attorney. We are not the least expensive, nor most expensive but given our years of experience, reputation, and our relationships in the legal community, we provide excellent representation at a very reasonable price. We believe you deserve an experienced, confident, respected attorney representing your interests- whether you are innocent or guilty. You deserve a lawyer who will fight for you- not just stand next to you while you plead guilty. We go to bat for you, aggressively fighting for your interests. That’s our job. A job we do well.
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When you have been charged with a crime, it can be critical to act fast. Important evidence used for your defense may be available- such as police video, witness statements, and physical evidence. We aggressively pursue every avenue of defense available to our clients under the law. Speak with one of our attorneys as soon as possible– get us on your side.
Your freedom- our mission
Every hour you are in police custody is another hour away from your family, your loved ones, your job. Bond hearings and custody releases may be available to help you get your life back on track. We take pride in the fact that, as defense lawyers, we are also constitutional lawyers, defending the bill of rights.
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High quality, experienced criminal defense- regularly representing clients in 9 Counties in Western North Carolina. We strive to champion our clients’ rights against a government with virtually unlimited power and resources. We demand that the system respect our clients as individuals.
Criminal Law Links
- The Criminal Process
- Misdemeanor Charges
- Misdemeanor Sentencing
- Felony Charges
- Felony Sentencing
North Carolina has more than 400 criminal laws. Cases are heard in both District and Superior Courts. The most serious cases, the ones that often result in a prison sentence of at least one year or more, are felonies and they are usually heard in Superior Court. The exception to this is DWI, as some DWI cases carry a minimum sentence of 2 years yet are still heard in District Court. This may eventually lead to a challenge under North Carolina Constitutional Law.
The term “Felony” refers to a serious crime. Historically, a Felony was a crime that resulted in the confiscation of the convicted persons land and goods. Over the centuries, some distinctions between Felonies and Misdemeanors have diminished, but felony charges are still generally the most serous crimes. Felonies include such things as breaking and entering, assault, sale or delivery of controlled substance, forgery, rape, incest, murder or embezzlement.
Felony charges are generally heard in Superior Court, but some parts if a felony case are handled initially in district court, such as probably cause determination and initial bond matters. Some felony pleas may be conducted in district court as well.
Misdemeanor offenses are heard in District Court. A person convicted of a misdemeanor offense may receive a small amount of active jail time, community service, or fines, depending upon the person’s prior criminal record, but jail time is usually 180 days or less. Some misdemeanors cannot result in jail time unless the defendant has a prior record.
Note: Some violations of the law, particularly minor traffic violations, are treated as ‘infractions’ rather than crimes. Infractions are processed in District Court in much the same way as criminal charges. However, a person found responsible for an infraction will not be subject to active jail time.
District Court also conducts preliminary hearings to determine if there is enough evidence or “probable cause” to bind a defendant over to the grand jury for indictment to stand trial in Superior Court.
The state is divided into 64 Superior Court districts with 105 Superior Court judges who preside over 280,000 cases each year. The fact that a person is charged with an offense does not mean that he/she committed the crime. Guilt must be determined by a judge or jury.
If a person has been arrested and unable to post bond, he or she will be escorted to court by a uniformed law officer on the appropriate date. If a person is free on bail, he or she must be in court at the appointed time indicated on the release order. If a person has been served with a summons, he or she must report to the county courthouse at the designated time on the summons and find the courtroom in which the case will be heard. There will be a list of names outside the courtrooms. Find your name and enter that courtroom. If you cannot find your name on any of the lists, check with the clerk of courts office located in the courthouse.
First appearance will be before a magistrate, then a district court judge; trial date set for another courtroom on another day when the officers/witnesses will be present
Arraignment: The defendant is formally charged by the Assistant District Attorney, and he or she enters a plea: Guilty or Not Guilty.
If guilty, defendant sentenced. If not guilty, trial takes place – usually on the same day – but depends on number of cases scheduled for trial that day
Trial takes place in front of a district court judge (no jury trials in district court for criminal cases)
If found guilty after a trial, judge sentences defendant
Defendant may appeal the conviction to Superior Court where he/she is entitled to a trial de novo(meaning a new trial where the conviction by the district court judge does not come into evidence); the trial is in front of a jury of 12 who will determine guilt (instead of a judge)
— If unanimous verdict of 12 jurors that defendant is guilty beyond a reasonable doubt, judge sentences defendant
— If unanimous verdict of 12 jurors that defendant is not guilty, defendant is released from custody, if he is in custody, and he cannot be tried again
— If 12 jurors cannot agree, hung jury and mistrial is declared. State can re-try the case if appropriate given resources available and other cases pending trial
For a court to determine the appropriate sentence for someone convicted of a misdemeanor North Carolina, it must take into consideration both the class of misdemeanor and the person’s prior conviction level. Additionally, the judge can specify what type of “time” the defendant will do–from incarceration to community service.
Class of misdemeanor
For each class of misdemeanor, a court can impose a range of sentences. Each range is further divided into three sets, which correspond to the defendant’s prior conviction level, as explained just below.
- Class A1: 1 to 150 days of active, intermediate, or community punishment
- Class 1: 1 to 120 days of active, intermediate, or community punishment
- Class 2: 1 to 60 days of active, intermediate, or community punishment
- Class 3: 1 to 20 days of days of active, intermediate, or community punishment
Prior conviction level
Everyone convicted of a misdemeanor offense in North Carolina is categorized into one of three prior conviction levels. Those in Level I have not been previously convicted of a crime, while those in Level III have been convicted of 5 or more crimes. The prior conviction level is one of the two key factors a court will use to determine an appropriate sentence. (North Carolina General Statutes section 15A?1340.21.)
- Level I: no previous convictions
- Level II: 1 – 4 previous convictions
- Level III: 5 or more previous conviction.
Once a court has determined someone’s prior conviction level, it can impose a sentence that falls within the range of penalties for that class and level. In other words, each class of misdemeanor has three subclasses, which correspond the the three prior conviction levels.
For example, someone who has a Level I prior conviction level and who has committed a Class 2 misdemeanor faces 1 to 30 days of community punishment. On the other hand, someone convicted of the same class of misdemeanor but who has a Level III prior conviction level faces 1 to 60 days of either community, intermediate, or active punishment at the court’s discretion.
The court can impose any sentence within the outlined range. So, someone convicted of a Class 2 misdemeanor with a Level I prior conviction level might receive a sentence of a single day of community punishment, or as much as 30 days of community punishment as the court deems appropriate. (North Carolina General Statutes section15A?1340.23)
Active, intermediate, and community punishments
In addition to specifying the length of the sentence, North Carolina provides for three ways that these sentences may be served. Those convicted of misdemeanors can be sentenced to active, intermediate, or community punishment. Active punishments are jail sentences, while intermediates and community punishments allow the judges to impose alternate penalties.
For example, someone sentenced to an intermediate punishment might have to serve a period of house arrest or spend time in a drug treatment facility, while someone sentenced to community punishment might have to serve probation, participate in educational or vocational skills program, or serve community service.
For any misdemeanor sentence that requires or allows for incarceration, the court can also sentence someone to pay a fine. Unless otherwise specified under a specific law, courts can impose up to the following maximum fines for misdemeanors:
- Class A1: as much of the court deems appropriate
- Class 1: as much as the court deems appropriate
- Class 2: up to $1,000
- Class 3: up to $200
Courts can order a fine in addition to any community, intermediate, or active punishment. If any sentence authorizes only community punishment, the court can sentence a person to pay a fine instead of serve the community punishment.
Conviction of a Felony results in the loss of many rights you otherwise have, including the right to vote, own a firearm, hold many types of employment, and remain free, although some of these rights can be later restored. Additionally, those convicted of a felony face reduced employment opportunities, and reduced availability of credit and housing.
There are several distinct steps in a felony case. At each step in the case, the actions you take, or your lawyer takes on your behalf, can be critical.
Arrest- Proper procedures must have been followed.
First Appearance- certain rights have attached at this point. Advisement of your rights to an attorney and new miranda warnings are usually given at the first appearance.
District Court bond hearing- Most counties follow certain bond guidelines, but bond may be modified depending on the particular facts and circumstances of each case. The court considers the severity of the charge, the flight risk of the defendant, the prior criminal history of the defendant, and the danger to the community at large, among other things, in setting or modifying the bond amount and conditions.
District Court probable cause hearing- This hearing is particularly important when the defendant is still in jail. While the standard of proof for the state is low at a probably cause hearing, and often this hearing is waived, it can be critical when the facts that the officer relied upon are clearly inaccurate. It can also be a useful hearing for purposes of locking an officer into sworn testimony, and sometimes might be a useful discovery tool. This is not the norm, however.
Formal indictment presented to grand jury-A case can proceed to Superior Court after a probable cause hearing or a waiver of the probably cause hearing. Additionally, a case can proceed to Superior Court after the case has been presented to the Grand Jury and indicted. Occasionally, the State can dismiss a case prior to the probable cause hearing, get additional information, and then indict. Either through the District Court probable cause hearing or the indictment process, the case then moves to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Superior Court.[One Superior Court bond hearing could take place anytime from this point through the trial stage. This is a formal hearing to determine or re-examine the conditions of bond or pretrial release.]
Superior Court “Arraignment” in administrative court (per local rules). Arraignment is a formal reading of a criminal charging document in the presence of the defendant to inform the defendant of the charges against him or her. In response to arraignment, the accused is expected to enter a plea.
If the defendant pleads guilty, the judge sentences defendant
If the defendant pleads not guilty, the case may be set on the next trial docket, or on an administrative docket for a pre-trial conference.
Pre-trial motions are filed and argued
(some pre-trial motions, such as a motion to suppress evidence, if granted by the judge, may require the State to dismiss the charge because there is no longer evidence that will be admisible at trial to prove the defendant’s guilt)
The trial will be scheduled along with other cases, usually prioritized by the District Attorney, who controls the calendar in Superior Court. There may be several trials in a given week, or there may be only one, and it may take several weeks. At the beginning of any trial in Superior Court, a jury panel is brought in. The jury is selected, evidence presented, and arguments made. If the 12 jurors agree on guilt,the defendant is found guilty. If they agree the defendant is not guilty, he is free. If the jurors cannot agree, then it is called a “hung jury” and a mistrial is declared. A new trial may be had, a new plea offer may be made, or the defendant may go free.
Every felony offense in North Carolina has a specific, though broad, range of incarceration penalties. Ignoring prior criminal record and dispositional ranges, the prison sentences by class of felony are:
- Class A felony: death or life without parole
- Class B1 felony: 144 months to life without parole
- Class B2 felony: 94 to 393 months
- Class C felony: 44 to 182 months
- Class D felony: 38 to 160 months
- Class E felony: 15 to 63 months
- Class F felony: 10 to 41 months
- Class G felony: 8 to 31 months
- Class H felony: 4 to 25 months
- Class I felony: 3 to 12 months
Prior record level ranges
For any felony offense other than Class A felonies, a North Carolina Court has to determine the convicted person’s prior criminal record level. (All Class A felonies have a sentence of death or life in prison without parole.)
Each prior conviction is worth a certain number of points. The court adds the points together from all prior convictions, and the sum determines the defendant’s prior record level, which can be from I to VI. Someone with little or no prior criminal record will have a Level I record, while someone with an extensive criminal history will have a Level VI record.
Prior conviction points
For each prior conviction, the defendant is given points based on the following criteria:
- Each prior Class A felony conviction: 10 points
- Each prior Class BI felony conviction: 9 points
- Each prior Class B2, C, or D felony conviction: 6 points
- Each prior Class E, F, or G felony conviction: 4 points
- Each prior Class H or I felony conviction: 2 points
- Each prior misdemeanor conviction: 1 point
Once the prior convictions have been addressed and calculated, and it has been determined how many points a person has, you can then determine that person’s prior record level.
- Level I: 0 to 1 point
- Level II: 2-5 points
- Level III: 6-9 points
- Level IV: 10–13 points
- Level V: 14–17 points
- Level VI: 18 or more points
A dispositional range is the potential length of the sentence a court can impose for any given felony conviction. To determine a person’s dispositional range, the court will use the person’s prior record level, the level of the felony convicted, and evaluate whether there are any aggravating or mitigating factors.
For each class of felony in any prior record level, there are three different possible dispositional ranges: the presumptive range, the aggravated range, and the mitigated range.
Presumptive ranges are the standard sentences for any felony conviction. Unless the court finds there are aggravating or mitigating circumstances present, the court will order a prison term within the presumptive range.
A court will give a sentence that falls within the aggravated range if it finds aggravating factors are present in the case. There are numerous possible aggravating factors a court can consider, such as whether a defendant was hired to commit the crime; the offense was especially heinous, atrocious, or cruel; or if the victim was very old or very young.
If the court finds there are mitigating factors in the case, it will give a sentence that falls within the mitigated range. Like aggravating factors, there are number of mitigating factors the court can consider. Mitigating factors include, for example, whether the defendant supports his or her entire family, believed the conduct was legal, or has accepted responsibility for the criminal conduct.
Here is an example from the North Carolina grid: Sentencing Ranges for a Class C Felony, Prior Record Level III:
- Presumptive range: 77 to 96 months
- Aggravated range: 96 to 120 months
- Mitigated range: 58 to 77 months
Once the court determines the sentencing range, the judge will then sentence the felon to a minimum and maximum sentence length. The minimum will fall somewhere in the determined sentencing range, while the maximum will be 20% longer than the minimum plus a period of post-release supervision. Once a person has served the minimum sentence, he or she becomes eligible for parole.
Active, intermediate, and community offenders
Not all felons are sentenced to prison time in North Carolina. Depending on the class of the felony and the felon’s prior record, the court can impose an active, intermediate, or community sentence. Someone sentenced to an active sentence must serve their time in prison, while those sentenced to an intermediate or community sentence must serve their time under house arrest, a drug treatment center, performing community service, or some other punishment as allowed by law. A defendant can also receive a split sentence, where they must serve a portion of the active sentence, and the remainder on a probationary sentence.
What happens if your sentence is suspended and you are placed on probation?
You will be assigned an officer after a brief intake process the day you are in court. At your first appointment, your officer will review the court judgment with you and the expectations of probation supervision to include regular and special conditions of probation and any money you must pay to the State of North Carolina.
Every person on probation will be assessed for their risk and needs during the first 60 days of supervision. The information is gathered by your officer through home visits, office contacts, family contacts and the officer’s observations which will help establish your priorities during supervision. The assessments help your officer determine how often you will need to report and understand your needs which are related to your risk of re-arrest. Your officer will help you begin to work toward your goals and review these, along with the court conditions on a regular basis.
The judge has ordered that you spend a specific amount of time on probation while complying with certain conditions. The same regular conditions apply to everyone under supervision. Special conditions of probation are those conditions that are specific to your case, and may or may not be the same for someone convicted of a similar offense. Circumstances in your case are unique, so the special conditions of probation will be different.
Referrals to Community Resources and Interventions
Your officer may refer you for assistance with the following: drug/alcohol problems, anger management, mental health, job readiness, vocational rehabilitation, education, housing assistance, parenting, family counseling, residential treatment or consumer credit counseling. The officer may utilize Treatment Accountability for a Safer Community (TASC) to help bridge these services, if applicable. You will have the opportunity to make positive changes in your life with the assistance of the agencies in your community. In addition to the conditions ordered by the court, your probation officer will ask you to complete worksheets designed to assist you in thinking about how your choices are affecting your behavior.
Rewards and Consequences with Supervision
When individuals are in compliance with the conditions of supervision, the probation officer may give incentives or rewards such as changing curfews, allowing time for family activities, requesting modification of conditions, less frequent drug screening, decreasing frequency of reporting and possible early termination from supervision. When an individual does not comply, the probation officer has a duty to respond. Possible consequences include the use of delegated authority or having additional conditions imposed by your probation officer or a formal violation hearing before the court which may result in jail or prison time.
What does Delegated Authority mean?
Delegated Authority allows a probation officer to impose certain additional requirements in structured sentencing cases on a probationer without court involvement. The probationer can either be in violation status or through the Department’s risk assessment process be determined to be high risk. In either situation, the probation officer can impose additional requirements for the purpose of public safety and/or changing your behavior. Completion of any imposed activities can result in a lessening of requirements when there are positive changes.
Periods of Confinement
For probationers placed on probation with offense dates on or after 12/1/2011, the officer can use delegated authority to require jail confinement for 2 to 3 days and for no more than 6 days per month during any 3 separate months. You will have the option to refuse the days in jail which will automatically result in the violation(s) being addressed in a formal violation hearing before the Court. Violations may also result in an appearance before the Court where a 90 day Confinement in Response to Violation (CRV) could be imposed as a response to violations other than a new criminal offense or statutory absconding. The Court may impose confinement of 90 days for a felony or up to 90 days for a misdemeanor. Upon completion of the 90 day CRV, you will be released back into the community to complete the remainder of your supervision period. Probationers will be required to serve (2) two periods of confinement before the Court can revoke the remainder of the sentence.
A condition of your probation may require you to pay the State of North Carolina certain costs, fees and fines associated with violating the laws of the State of North Carolina. Amounts are specified on your judgment. Your probation officer will total all your costs (including the supervision fee) and divide them by the amount of time you are on probation (Minus 2 months). This is the amount you must pay each month in order to pay all the fees owed as ordered. You may pay more on the monthly payment if you wish, but the minimum payment is required. You may also pay all fees owed at one time. Payments are to be made to the Clerk in the county where you were convicted.
It is important to keep the lines of communication open between you and your probation officer. You are required to meet with your probation officer as specified on the date and time set by the officer. If you can not keep a scheduled appointment, you must call your Probation Officer ahead of time when possible.
It is in your best interest to comply with the conditions ordered by the court or your Probation Officer. By abiding by both the regular and special conditions you can avoid any violations and will successfully complete your probation.
The benefits of abiding by your conditions, changing your behavior and paying your fees as scheduled could mean the early end of your probation. This is a possibility, not a guarantee.
If you are a first time offender under 18 at the time of the commission of a nonviolent felony, you may be eligible for a criminal record expunction.
- Diminished Capacity
- Self Defense
- Legitimate Purpose
- Double Jeopardy
- Legal Conflict
The accused committed the offense out of deception by an official or authority or, in some cases, an ordinary person disguised as an official or authority. An official may have convinced or deceived the accused into thinking that what they were doing was not illegal, or was necessary for justice, science or another legitimate field. For example, a police officer may have instructed the accused to import heroin into California claiming there was a scientist there who could test it for chemical compounds which could cure cancer.
NC Entrapment basics. A defendant is entitled to a jury instruction on entrapment where there is evidence of (1) inducement, i.e., that there were “acts of persuasion, trickery or fraud carried out by law enforcement officers or their agents to induce a defendant to commit a crime,” and (2) origin of intent or lack of predisposition, i.e., that “the criminal design originated in the minds of the government officials, rather than with the . . . defendant. State v. Luster, 306 N.C. 566 (1982) (internal citations and quotation marks omitted). The defendant has the burden of proving entrapment to the satisfaction of the jury. State v. Thompson, 141 N.C. App. 698 (2001). If the evidence of entrapment is sufficiently strong, the defense may be established as a matter of law.State v. Stanley, 288 N.C. 19 (1975).
Diminished capacity, first recognized in the case of State v. Shank, 322 N.C. 243 (1988), negates specific intent, typically on the basis that the defendant was severely intoxicated and/or suffered from some mental defect that rendered him unable to form the requisite intent. In a first-degree murder case, it negates the specific intent to kill that is required to establish premeditated murder. See, e.g., State v. McDowell, __ N.C. App. __, 715 S.E.2d 602 (2011) (“The diminished capacity defense to first-degree murder on the basis of premeditation and deliberation requires proof of an inability to form the specific intent to kill.”). But it may be used in non-homicide cases as well. For example:
- It may negate the specific intent required to commit the offense of taking indecent liberties with a child. State v. Connell, 127 N.C. App. 685 (1997) (finding plain error in trial court’s failure to instruct on diminished capacity).
- It may negate the specific intent to kill that is an element of AWDWIKISI. State v. Williams, 116 N.C. App. 225 (1994) (“The defense of diminished capacity applies to the element of specific intent to kill which is an essential element of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury.”).
- It may negate the intent to commit larceny or a felony that is an element of burglary. Cf. State v. Gay, 334 N.C. 467 (1993) (apparently concluding that diminished capacity may be a defense to burglary, but finding no error in trial court’s failure to instruct on it in this particular case).
Diminished capacity is not a defense to general intent crimes, because there is no specific intent to negate in such cases. See, e.g., State v. Page, 346 N.C. 689 (1997)
This defense is mainly used in charges of assault or homicide. The accused claims to have assaulted, or killed, the victim because the victim attacked the defendant. In cases where the accused actually killed the attacker, the court must establish that the attacker would have otherwise killed the defendant, and the defendant could not have otherwise avoided his or her own death. In any case, the attack by the accused could not have been more than what was necessary to ward off the attack of the original aggressor.
Some self defense principles are further codified into North Carolina Law.
NC 14‑51.3. Use of force in defense of person; relief from criminal or civil liability.
North Carolina General Statutes (N.C.G.S.)
Chapter 14. Criminal Law.
Article 14. Burglary and Other Housebreakings
14‑51.3. Use of force in defense of person; relief from criminal or civil liability.
(a) A person is justified in using force, except deadly force, against another when and to the extent that the person reasonably believes that the conduct is necessary to defend himself or herself or another against the other’s imminent use of unlawful force. However, a person is justified in the use of deadly force and does not have a duty to retreat in any place he or she has the lawful right to be if either of the following applies:
(1) He or she reasonably believes that such force is necessary to prevent imminent death or great bodily harm to himself or herself or another.
(2) Under the circumstances permitted pursuant to G.S. 14‑51.2.
(b) A person who uses force as permitted by this section is justified in using such force and is immune from civil or criminal liability for the use of such force, unless the person against whom force was used is a law enforcement officer or bail bondsman who was lawfully acting in the performance of his or her official duties and the officer or bail bondsman identified himself or herself in accordance with any applicable law or the person using force knew or reasonably should have known that the person was a law enforcement officer or bail bondsman in the lawful performance of his or her official duties.
An accused raises the defense of necessity when he or she alleges that the alleged act was carried out due to exceptional circumstances. The accused was truly desperate and had no choice but to disobey the law. Courts have generally recognized a set of criteria to determine whether or not the defense can be met, as follows:
1 The unlawful act was intended to avert a greater evil
2 There could not have been any reasonable, legal alternative course of action
3 The unlawful act could not have been more than what was necessary to avert the greater evil and
4 The unlawful act must have been effective, or at least highly probably effective, towards averting the greater evil.
However, courts are generally very reluctant to accept this defense, due to fear of precedent and public message. Therefore, it could be possible for an accused to be convicted, even where all of the above criteria hold.
The accused alleges that he or she committed the offense under compulsion by a person to commit it, where the compulsor was threatening death or bodily harm toward the accused, or a third party, for noncompliance. In most societies, the defense can only be used if the threats were of greater severity than the offense committed, and the threats were immediate and otherwise unavoidable, and were threats of bodily harm or death.
The accused alleges that he or she had lack of control over their actions, and, therefore, cannot be held responsible. The accused may have been deluded, incapacitated, provoked, severely mentally disabled or even have been sleepwalking. In general, they were in a state of mind in which they did not have control over their actions, didn’t know what they were doing or were unable to understand that what they were doing was wrong, or illegal. Many courts distinguish between insane automatism and non-insane automatism. For insane automatism, the court usually refers the accused to psychiatric, or other appropriate care. For non-insane automatism, the court either acquits the accused or gives a more lenient sentence.
The accused was unaware of a fact that would have made the alleged action illegal. While ignorance of the law itself is not a defense in most jurisdictions, ignorance of the fact may be a defense. For example, a bartender could have a defense for serving an underage customer, where the customer presented counterfeit ID, if the court feels it was reasonable for the accused to believe the customer was of age. However, a person from the general public would not have a defense if they gave a minor alcohol because they thought the legal drinking age was lower than it really was.
Similarly, there exists a defense of accident, in which the accused did not intend to do what they did. The accused’s sleeve may have caught on a fire alarm and they pulled it unintentionally, or a doctor may have mistakenly sent a phone message to the wrong number by mistake, in which the message contained some confidential information of the patient.
Some laws may contain a phrase that says something like “For a sexual purpose” or “For a fraudulent purpose” or “With intent to (do whatever)”. The accused claims they did not commit the act for that purpose and, therefore, are not in breach of the law. The defense is only acceptable where the law stated a purpose, and the court feels convinced the accused did not commit the act for the illegitimate purpose stated.
Many jurisdictions have what is known as The Age of Criminal Responsibility. If a person commits an offense while they are younger than that age, they cannot be held legally responsible for their actions. An accused might claim that they were younger than the age of criminal responsibility when they committed the alleged act, and therefore cannot be held accountable.
The accused was restrained by external forces, which rendered them incapable of controlling their own actions. Some examples might be a driver being pushed by a hurricane or landslide, in which they were unable to stop at the scene of an accident, or a person being tied to a pole, while others poured illegal drugs down the accused’s throat.
A person can be tried for an offense only once, whether they were acquitted or convicted at their trial. If a person is tried for an offense in a manner which is not an appeal of the original hearing, the accused can claim double jeopardy. This includes prosecuting the same action under the name of a different charge. Similarly, a person cannot be charged with a new offense if their action was not yet illegal at the time it was carried out.
When an accused raises the defense of legal conflict, or sometimes called legal dilemma, they claim that no matter what they did or didn’t do, they would have been in breach of some law. In short, they were in a completely inescapable legal checkmate and a law would have been against them no matter which way they turned. Usually, such a situation is a result of the people making the legal code of the jurisdiction not thinking clearly or holistically. It differs from the defense of necessity in that, in the defense of necessity, the legal course of action is undesirable, but in the defense of legal conflict, there is no legal course of action at all.
For example, North Carolina has a “move over” law, requiring that drivers “move over” into the left lane if an emergency vehicle is no the shoulder of the road with their emergency lights on. There are also numerous areas where commercial drivers in trucks are required to stay in the right lane. If a trucker is in the right lane, and he encounters an emergency vehicle on the shoulder, he must “choose” which law he or she breaks. I have actually used this defense more than once in a similar situation.
North Carolina List of Misdemeanor, Felony Charges
FAIL TO FILE/PAY INCOME TAX – NCGS 105-236 FAIL TO FILE/PAY SALES TAX – NCGS 105-236 FAIL TO WITHHOLD TAX – NCGS 105-236(A)(8) FAIL TO LIST PROPERTY FOR TAX – NCGS 105-308 SET FIRE 500FT WOODLAND NO PER – NCGS 106-942(B) BURN DEBRIS CLEAR ACT NO PER – NCGS 106-942(C) IGN MAT 500FT WOOD NIGHT NO PE – NCGS 106-943(B) OPEN BURNING WHEN PROHIBITED – NCGS 106-944 BURN WHEN BURN PERM CANCELED – NCGS 106-946 PUBLIC ASSISTANCE FRAUD (M) – NCGS 108A-39(A) FOOD STAMP FRAUD (M) – NCGS 108A-53 ILLEG POSS/USE FOOD STAMPS(M) – NCGS 108A-53.1(B) MED ASSIST RECEIPIENT FRAUD-M – NCGS 108A-64(C)(2) NOTARY NO KNOW/EVID IDENTITY – NCGS 10B-60(C)(3) CHILD CARE ADM MED/NO SER INJ – NCGS 110-102.1A(D) CHILDCARE SUBSIDY FRAUD=<$1000 – NCGS 110-107(A) EXHIBITION OF CERTAIN CHILDREN – NCGS 110-20.1 FISH WITH UNLAWFUL BAIT – NCGS 113-134 EXCEED LIMIT SHELLFISH BY<=20% – NCGS 113-134.1 EXCEED LIMIT SHELLFISH BY >20% – NCGS 113-134.1 EXCEED LIMIT FINFISH BY<=50% – NCGS 113-134.1 EXCEED LIMIT OF FINFISH BY>50% – NCGS 113-134.1 TRAWL IN CLOSED AREA – NCGS 113-134.1 TAKE/POSS UNDERSIZED SCALLOPS – NCGS 113-134.1 TAKE/POS OYS/SCL CLSD SEAS/DAY – NCGS 113-134.1 TAKE/POS FINFISH CLSD SEAS/DAY – NCGS 113-134.1 GILL NET/EQUIP/OPER VIOLATIONS – NCGS 113-134.1 CHANNEL NET VIOLATIONS – NCGS 113-134.1 POSS FINFISH W/O HEAD/TAIL – NCGS 113-134.1 PROHIBITED GEAR NURSERY AREA – NCGS 113-134.1 OYS/CLAM/MUS W/O HARVEST TAG – NCGS 113-134.1 REPORTING/TRIP TICKET VIOL – NCGS 113-134.1 TAKE CLAM MECH MTHD CLSD AR/SE – NCGS 113-134.1 FISHING LEASE VIOLATIONS – NCGS 113-134.1 TAKE/UNLD OYS/CLM SUN/AT NIGHT – NCGS 113-134.1 TAKE/POS SHRIMP CLSD SEAS/PER – NCGS 113-134.1 TAKE/POSS NASS GRP/JEWFSH/STRG – NCGS 113-134.1 FISH/GEAR TAX RECEIPT DOC VIOL – NCGS 113-134.1 TAKE/POSSESS UNDERSIZED EEL – NCGS 113-134.1 TAKE/POSS UNDERSIZE OYS <=20% – NCGS 113-134.1 TAKE/POSS UNDERSIZE OYS >20% – NCGS 113-134.1 TAKE/POSS UNDERSIZE CLAM <=20% – NCGS 113-134.1 TAKE/POSS UNDERSIZE CLAM >20% – NCGS 113-134.1 TAKE/POSS UNDERSIZE CRAB <=20% – NCGS 113-134.1 TAKE/POSS UNDERSIZE CRAB >20% – NCGS 113-134.1 TAKE/POS UNDRSIZE FINFISH<=20% – NCGS 113-134.1 TAKE/POS UNDRSIZE FINFISH>20% – NCGS 113-134.1 USE TRAWL NET WKEND CLSD PER – NCGS 113-134.1 TAKING CRABS IN CLOSED AREA – NCGS 113-134.1 USE CRAB POTS IN NON-DESG AREA – NCGS 113-134.1 USE CRAB POTS CLOSED SEASON – NCGS 113-134.1 LEAVE POT/GILL NET UNATTENDED – NCGS 113-134.1 USE GILL NETS W/O BUOY/IDENT – NCGS 113-134.1 USE POTS W/O BUOY/IDENT – NCGS 113-134.1 POSS NATURAL BAIT/TROUT WATERS – NCGS 113-135 DRIVE ON GAMELANDS ILLEGALLY – NCGS 113-135 POSS FIREARM CLOSED SEASON – NCGS 113-135 CRAB OR CRAB POT VIOLATION – NCGS 113-135(A) POUND NET OR STAKES VIOLATION – NCGS 113-135(A) TAKE/POSS UNDERSIZE FISH – NCGS 113-135(A) TAKE/POSS UNDERSIZE BLUEFISH – NCGS 113-135(A) TAKE/POSS UNDERSIZE CLAMS – NCGS 113-135(A) TAKE/POSS UNDERSIZE FLOUNDER – NCGS 113-135(A) TAKE/POSS UNDERSIZE OYSTERS – NCGS 113-135(A) TAKE/POSS UNDERSIZE RED DRUM – NCGS 113-135(A) TAKE/POSS UNDERSIZE SPOT TROUT – NCGS 113-135(A) TAKE/POSS UNDERSIZE STRPD BASS – NCGS 113-135(A) TAKE/POSS UNDERSIZE WEAKFISH – NCGS 113-135(A) SOLELY VIOLATION RULES OF WRC – NCGS 113-135.1(A) FISH W/O HAVE LIC/ASSIGN/ENDOR – NCGS 113-168.1 REFUSE EXHIBIT LIC/ASSGN/ENDOR – NCGS 113-168.1 EXCEED PERSONAL SHELLFISH LIMT – NCGS 113-169.2(I) REC FISH COM EQUIP WO GEAR LIC – NCGS 113-173(A) TAKE SHRIMP IN CLOSED AREA – NCGS 113-187 TAKE SHRIMP IN CLOSED AREA – NCGS 113-187 TAKE SHELLFISH POLLUTED WATER – NCGS 113-187(D)(1) TAKE SHELLFISH POLLUTED WATER – NCGS 113-187(D)(1) IMP TAKE MENHADEN/THREAD HERR – NCGS 113-187(E) OPERT ATV SANDHILLS/GAMELAND – NCGS 113-264 TAKE GAME DURING CLOSED SEASON – NCGS 113-264(A) BOAT ACCESS AREA-OTHER PURPOSE – NCGS 113-264(A) BOAT ACCESS IMPEDE BY OBSTRUCT – NCGS 113-264(A) LITTER GAMELAND/ACCESS AREA – NCGS 113-264(A) HUNTING WITHOUT A LICENSE-NR – NCGS 113-270.1B(A) TRAP WITHOUT A LICENSE-NR – NCGS 113-270.1B(A) HUNTING WITHOUT A LICENSE – NCGS 113-270.1B(A) TRAP WITHOUT A LICENSE – NCGS 113-270.1B(A) NO BIG GAME LICENSE – NCGS 113-270.3 HUNT/FISH/TRAP-NO GAME LICENSE – NCGS 113-270.3 TAKE MIG WATERFOWL W/O LIC – NCGS 113-270.3(B)(5) FAIL REPORT/TAG BIG GAME – NCGS 113-270.3(C) NO TROUT LICENSE – NR – NCGS 113-272 NO TROUT LICENSE – NCGS 113-272 FISH W/SPECIAL DEVICE W/O LIC – NCGS 113-272.2 FISH W/SPECIAL DEV W/O LIC-NR – NCGS 113-272.2 ENGAGE REG ACT NO LIC/PERMIT – NCGS 113-272.5 ENGAGE WRC ACT NO LIC/PERMIT – NCGS 113-274 HUNT/FISH POST PROP NO PERMIT – NCGS 113-285 NEGLIGENT HUNTING – NCGS 113-290.1 EXCEEDING GAME LIMIT – NCGS 113-291 HUNT FROM MOTOR VEHICLE – NCGS 113-291.1(B)(1) CARRY AXE/SAW HUNT RACCOON/OPO – NCGS 113-291.1(C) CARRY AXE/SAW/CL IRN CLSD SEAS – NCGS 113-291.1(C) SHINE/SWEEP LIGHT FOR DEER – NCGS 113-291.1(E1) USE UNPLUGGED SHOTGUN – NCGS 113-291.1(F) SET TRAP W/O MET TAG ATTACHED – NCGS 113-291.6(B) FISH TROUT WATER CLOSED SEASON – NCGS 113-292 POSS <=3 MTN TROUT CLOSED SEAS – NCGS 113-292 UNLAWFUL TAKING OF FISH – NCGS 113-292(A)(1) USE TROTLINE W/ LIVE BAIT – NCGS 113-292(A)(1) FAIL MARK TROTLINE W/NAME/ADD – NCGS 113-292(A)(1) FAIL RETURN GAME FISH UNHARMED – NCGS 113-292(A)(1) POSSESS <5 UNDERSIZE FISH – NCGS 113-292(A)(3) POSS <=3 FISH OVER CREEL LIMIT – NCGS 113-292(A)(3) SELLING/BUYING WILDLIFE – NCGS 113-294 POSS DEER TAKEN CLOSED SEASON – NCGS 113-294(D) SPOTLIGHT DEER/NIGHT DEER HUNT – NCGS 113-294(E) SPOTLIGHT DEER/NIGHT DEER HUNT – NCGS 113-294(E) UNLAWFULLY TAKE MIG GAME BIRD – NCGS 113-294(M) WILDLIFE COMPACT VIOLATION – NCGS 113-300.8 POS ALCOHOL IN STATE PARK – NCGS 113-35(A) CAMPING VIOLATIONS – NCGS 113-35(A) REMOVE/DISTURB/ETC PLANT/ROCK – NCGS 113-35(A) COLL PLANT/ANIMAL/MINRL NO PER – NCGS 113-35(A) UNLAWFUL USE METAL DETECTORS – NCGS 113-35(A) SWIM/WADE/BATHE UNDESIGN AREA – NCGS 113-35(A) PUBLIC NUDITY IN PARKS – NCGS 113-35(A) CARRY/DEP GLASS/METAL PK BEACH – NCGS 113-35(A) DISPOSE HH/BUS GARBAGE PRK CNT – NCGS 113-35(A) ENT/REM PK BEF/AFT HRS W/O PER – NCGS 113-35(A) BATHE ANIMAL/WASH CLOTHES PARK – NCGS 113-35(A) DRIVE VEH IN PK NOT DES VEH TR – NCGS 113-35(A) DR UNLIC VEH/MTR/MN-BIKE IN PK – NCGS 113-35(A) PARK IN UNDESIGNATED AREAS – NCGS 113-35(A) LEV VEH UNATT>12 HR/ONGT NO PT – NCGS 113-35(A) OBSTRUCT TRAFFIC IN A PARK – NCGS 113-35(A) BOAT/RAFT/CANOE IN SWIM AREA – NCGS 113-35(A) LAUNCH BOAT/RAFT/CAN UND AREA – NCGS 113-35(A) PART ATH CONTEST UNDESIG AREA – NCGS 113-35(A) RIDE/UNLOAD HORSE UNDESIG AREA – NCGS 113-35(A) FISHING IN UNDESIGNATED AREAS – NCGS 113-35(A) FISH W/O PAYING REQUIRED FEES – NCGS 113-35(A) COLL LIVE SPEC FISH BAIT IN PK – NCGS 113-35(A) SET FIRE UNDESIGNATED PLACE – NCGS 113-35(A) SET FIRE WHEN PROH BY PARK EMP – NCGS 113-35(A) FAIL TEND FIRE DESIGNATED PLAC – NCGS 113-35(A) PROD NOISE/MUS/ETC ANN/DIST PK – NCGS 113-35(A) POSS/CONS/SALE ALC BEV IN PARK – NCGS 113-35(A) POSS/CONS/SALE CONT SUB PARK – NCGS 113-35(A) BEING INTOXICATED IN A PARK – NCGS 113-35(A) ALL ANIMAL SWIM/BATH/REST/CAB – NCGS 113-35(A) ALL ANIMAL UNATT/UNLEASH PARK – NCGS 113-35(A) ALL ANIMAL OUT VEH/TENT 9P-7A – NCGS 113-35(A) ENGAGE COMM ENT IN PK NO PERM – NCGS 113-35(A) TAKE PHOTO COMM IN PK NO PERM – NCGS 113-35(A) ERECT/POST NOT/ADV PK NO PERM – NCGS 113-35(A) MEET/CEREM/SPEECH PK NO PERM – NCGS 113-35(A) HARAS/DISTURB WILDLIFE/NEST/OT – NCGS 113-35(A) IMPROPER ATTRACT/FEED WILDLIFE – NCGS 113-35(A) ROCK CLMB/RPL UNAUTH PLC/NO PT – NCGS 113-35(A) MOOR/IMPEDE DOCK/WHARF/OTH – NCGS 113-35(A) BOATING ACCESS AREA VIOL – NCGS 113-35(A) ALC BEV SPCL ACT PARK PERM VIO – NCGS 113-35(A) SCHOOL ATTENDANCE LAW VIOL – NCGS 115C-378 SCHOOL ATTENDANCE LAW VIOL – NCGS 115C-378 ABUSE/EXPLOIT CH122C PATIENT – NCGS 122C-66(A) FAIL TO REPORT FOR TB TREATMNT – NCGS 130A-144(F) DOG/CAT/FERRET VACCINATION – NCGS 130A-185 PUBLIC HEALTH VIOLATION – NCGS 130A-25 SEWAGE DISPOSAL VIOLATION – NCGS 130A-335 DRIVE ON CLOSED/UNOPENED HWY – NCGS 136-26 REMOVE/ETC POLITICAL SIGN VIOL – NCGS 136-32 EXCEED BRIDGE LOAD LIMIT – NCGS 136-72 PUT INJURIOUS OBJECT IN ROAD – NCGS 136-91 POSS/MANUFACTURE FRAUDULENT ID – NCGS 14-100.1(A) OBTAIN ID USING FALSE INFO – NCGS 14-100.1(B) FAIL TO WORK AFTER PAID – NCGS 14-104 OBTAIN PROPERTY WORTHLESS CHK – NCGS 14-106 OBTAIN PROPERTY WORTHLESS CHK – NCGS 14-106 WORTHLESS CHK 4TH SUB OFFENSE – NCGS 14-107(D)(1) SIMPLE WORTHLESS CHECK – NCGS 14-107(D)(1) SIMPLE WORTHLESS CHECK – NCGS 14-107(D)(1) WORTHLESS CHECK NO ACCOUNT – NCGS 14-107(D)(3) WORTHLESS CHECK CLOSED ACCOUNT – NCGS 14-107(D)(4) DEFRAUDING INNKEEPER – NCGS 14-110 MISUSE OF 911 SYSTEM – NCGS 14-111.4 MISUSE OF 911 SYSTEM – NCGS 14-111.4 FALSE TELEPHONE CREDIT – NCGS 14-113.1 FINANCIAL CARD FRAUD (M) – NCGS 14-113.13 FRAUD DISPOSAL MORTGAGE PROP – NCGS 14-114 SECRETING LIEN PROPERTY – NCGS 14-115 FALSE ADVERTISING – NCGS 14-117 BLACKMAILING – NCGS 14-118 THEFT OF CABLE TV SERVICE – NCGS 14-118.5 ATTEMPTED UTTERING – NCGS 14-120 INJURY TO REAL PROPERTY – NCGS 14-127 INJURY TO TREES/CROPS/LANDS – NCGS 14-128 DISORDERLY CONDUCT PUBLIC BLDG – NCGS 14-132(A)(1) DEFACING PUBLIC BUILDING – NCGS 14-132(A)(2) TRESPASS/IMPEDE SCHOOL BUS – NCGS 14-132.2 DOMESTIC CRIM TRESPASS(M) – NCGS 14-134.3(A) SET FIRE TO WOODS/LANDS/FIELDS – NCGS 14-137 FAIL TO EXTINGUISH FIRE – NCGS 14-138.1 BURN WITHOUT WATCHMAN – NCGS 14-140.1 INJURE BUILDING/FENCE/WALL(M) – NCGS 14-144(1) DEFACE GRAVE/GRAVE SITE (M) – NCGS 14-148 RECONNECT UTILITY – M – NCGS 14-151(A)(9) UNLAWFUL TELEPHONE TAP – NCGS 14-155 FIRST DEG TRESP ENTER/REMAIN – NCGS 14-159.12 FIRST DEG TRESP-INFRASTRUCT-M – NCGS 14-159.12(C) SECOND DEGREE TRESPASS – NCGS 14-159.13 TRESPASS W/ALL TERRAIN VEH – NCGS 14-159.3 INJ PROP OBT NONFERR METAL-M – NCGS 14-159.4(B) INJ PROP NONFERR METAL-S INJ – NCGS 14-159.4(B) INJ PROP NONFERR METAL-INFRAST – NCGS 14-159.4(B) TRESPASS ON POSTED PROPERTY – NCGS 14-159.6 TRSPSS POSTED PROP PINE STRAW – NCGS 14-159.6(B) INJURY TO PERSONAL PROPERTY – NCGS 14-160 ALTER/REMOVE NMV SERIAL NUMBER – NCGS 14-160.1(A) POSS/SELL/BUY ALT NMV SER NO – NCGS 14-160.1(B) FAIL TO RETURN RENTAL PROPERTY – NCGS 14-167 FAIL TO RETURN RENTAL PROPERTY – NCGS 14-167 HIRING WITH INTENT TO DEFRAUD – NCGS 14-168 MISDEMEANOR CONVERSION – NCGS 14-168.1 MISDEMEANOR CONVERSION – NCGS 14-168.1 FAIL RETN PROP RENTD PUR OPT – NCGS 14-168.4 FAIL RETN PROP RENTD PUR OPT – NCGS 14-168.4 ATT CRIME AGAINST NATURE (M) – NCGS 14-177 SOLICIT CRIME AGAINST NATURE – NCGS 14-177 FORNICATION AND ADULTERY – NCGS 14-184 FALSE HOTEL REGISTRATION – NCGS 14-186 KEEPING A DISORDERLY HOUSE – NCGS 14-188 DISPLAY MATERIAL HARMFUL MINOR – NCGS 14-190.14 DISPLAY MATERIAL HARMFUL MINOR – NCGS 14-190.14 DISSEM MTRL/PERFORM HARMFL MIN – NCGS 14-190.15 INDECENT EXPOSURE – NCGS 14-190.9 USE OF PREMISES INDEC EXPOSURE – NCGS 14-190.9 THREATENING PHONE CALL – NCGS 14-196(A)(2) HARASSING PHONE CALL – NCGS 14-196(A)(3) CYBERSTALKING – NCGS 14-196.3 PROFANE LANGUAGE ON HIGHWAY – NCGS 14-197 MISDEMEANOR CONSPIRACY – NCGS 14-2.4(B) MISDEMEANOR SECRET PEEPING – NCGS 14-202 MISDEMEANOR SECRET PEEPING – NCGS 14-202 INDECENT LIBERTIES STUDENT (M) – NCGS 14-202.4(B) AID AND ABET PROSTITUTION – NCGS 14-204 PROSTITUTION – NCGS 14-204(A) SOLICIT PROSTITUTION-M – NCGS 14-205.1 PATRONIZE PROSTITUTE ENGAGE-M – NCGS 14-205.2(A)(1) PATRONIZE PROSTITUTE ENGAGE-M – NCGS 14-205.2(A)(2) FAIL PROVIDE INFO/COMPLY SBM – NCGS 14-208.44(C) RESISTING PUBLIC OFFICER – NCGS 14-223 FALSE REPORT TO POLICE STATION – NCGS 14-225(A) INTERFERE ELECT MONITOR DEV(M) – NCGS 14-226.3(B) SOLICIT ELECT MONITOR DEV(M) – NCGS 14-226.3(C) SECRET LISTENING PRISONER/ATTY – NCGS 14-227.1 BATTERY OF UNBORN CHILD – NCGS 14-23.6(A) WILLFUL FAIL DISCHARGE DUTIES – NCGS 14-230 ESCAPE BY HIRED PRISONER – NCGS 14-255 ESCAPE BY HIRED PRISONER – NCGS 14-255 MISDEMEANOR ESCAPE LOCAL JAIL – NCGS 14-256 PROVIDING TOBACCO TO INMATE – NCGS 14-258.1(C) PROVIDING PHONE/ELEC TO INMATE – NCGS 14-258.1(D) INMATE POSS TOBACCO/PHONE ELEC – NCGS 14-258.1(E) PERSUADING INMATES TO ESCAPE – NCGS 14-266 HARBORING FUGITIVE – NCGS 14-267 CARRYING CONCEALED WEAPON – NCGS 14-269(A) CARRYING CONCEALED GUN(M) – NCGS 14-269(A1) WEAPONS ON EDUC PROP/AID (M) – NCGS 14-269.2 POSS WEAPON STATE PROP/CRTHOUS – NCGS 14-269.4 POSSESS HANDGUN BY MINOR – NCGS 14-269.7(A) POSSESS HANDGUN BY MINOR – NCGS 14-269.7(A) SEXUAL BATTERY – NCGS 14-27.5A(A) SEX OFFENSE STUDENT (M) – NCGS 14-27.7(B) DISORDERLY CONDUCT AT TERMINAL – NCGS 14-275.1 IMPERSON EMS PERSONNEL/FIREMAN – NCGS 14-276.1 IMPERSONATE LAW ENFORCEMNT (M) – NCGS 14-277 COMMUNICATING THREATS – NCGS 14-277.1 MISDEMEANOR STALKING – NCGS 14-277.3A(C) OBSTRUCT HEALTH CARE FACILITY – NCGS 14-277.4 INJURY TO RAILROAD PROPERTY – NCGS 14-279 IMPEDE/PREVENT/IMPAIR OPER RR – NCGS 14-279.1 TRESPASS ON RR RIGHT-OF-WAY – NCGS 14-280.1 FALSE FIRE ALARM – NCGS 14-286 FALSE AMBULANCE REQUEST – NCGS 14-286.1 INTERFERE EMERG COMMUNICATION – NCGS 14-286.2 PUBLIC DISTURBANCE – NCGS 14-288.2 DISORDERLY CONDUCT – NCGS 14-288.4 DISORDERLY CONDUCT-SCHOOL – NCGS 14-288.4(A)(6) DISORDERLY CONDUCT FUNERAL – NCGS 14-288.4(A)(8) DISORDERLY CONDUCT FUNERAL – NCGS 14-288.4(A)(8) FAIL TO DISPERSE ON COMMAND – NCGS 14-288.5 TRESPASS DURING EMERGENCY (M) – NCGS 14-288.6(A) OPERATING A LOTTERY – NCGS 14-290 SELLING LOTTERY TICKETS – NCGS 14-291 POSSESSION OF LOTTERY TICKETS – NCGS 14-291.1 GAMBLING – NCGS 14-292 ALLOW GAMBLING IN PUBLIC HOUSE – NCGS 14-293 ALLOW GAMING TABLES – NCGS 14-297 OPERATE/POSSESS SLOT MACHINE – NCGS 14-301 OPER/POSSESS GAMBLING DEVICES – NCGS 14-302 MANUFACTURE/SELL SLOT MACH (M) – NCGS 14-304 MANUFACTURE/SELL SLOT MACH (M) – NCGS 14-304 SLOT MACHINE AGREEMENT (M) – NCGS 14-305 SLOT MACHINE AGREEMENT (M) – NCGS 14-305 OPERATE VIDEO GAMING MACHINE – NCGS 14-306.1A(A) ELECTRONIC SWEEPSTAKES – NCGS 14-306.4(B) SELL/DIS TOBACCO PROD TO MINOR – NCGS 14-313 TOBACCO VENDING MACH SALE VIOL – NCGS 14-313(B1) PURCHASE/RECV CIG/TOBACCO < 18 – NCGS 14-313(C) SELL/GIVE WEAPON TO MINOR (M) – NCGS 14-315(A) PERMIT CHILDREN USE FIREARMS – NCGS 14-316 CONTRIBUTING DEL OF JUVENILE – NCGS 14-316.1 EXPOSING CHILDREN TO FIRE – NCGS 14-318 MISDEMEANOR CHILD ABUSE – NCGS 14-318.2 MISDEMEANOR CHILD ABUSE – NCGS 14-318.2 FAIL REPORT CHILD DISAPPEAR-M – NCGS 14-318.5(C) ASSAULT HANDICAPPED PERSON – NCGS 14-32.1(F) ASSAULT HANDICAPPED PERSON – NCGS 14-32.1(F) BABYSIT BY/HOME SEX OFNDR – NCGS 14-321.1(B) NONSUPPORT SPOUSE – NCGS 14-322(C) NONSUPPORT CHILD – NCGS 14-322(D) ASSAULT AND BATTERY – NCGS 14-33(A) ASSAULT AND BATTERY – NCGS 14-33(A) SIMPLE AFFRAY – NCGS 14-33(A) SIMPLE AFFRAY – NCGS 14-33(A) SIMPLE ASSAULT – NCGS 14-33(A) SIMPLE ASSAULT – NCGS 14-33(A) ASSAULT – SPORTS OFFICIAL – NCGS 14-33(B)(9) ASSAULT INFLICT SERIOUS INJ(M) – NCGS 14-33(C)(1) ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON – NCGS 14-33(C)(1) ASSAULT ON A FEMALE – NCGS 14-33(C)(2) ASSAULT ON A CHILD UNDER 12 – NCGS 14-33(C)(3) ASSAULT GOVT OFFICIAL/EMPLY – NCGS 14-33(C)(4) ASSAULT SCHOOL EMPL/VOLUNT – NCGS 14-33(C)(6) ASSAULT PUBLIC TRANSIT OPERATR – NCGS 14-33(C)(7) ASSAULT CO/CAMPUS POLICE OFCR – NCGS 14-33(C)(8) ASLT INF SER INJ MINOR PRESENT – NCGS 14-33(D) AWDW MINOR PRESENT – NCGS 14-33(D) ASSAULT BY POINTING A GUN – NCGS 14-34 ASSAULT BY POINTING A GUN – NCGS 14-34 SCALPING TICKETS – NCGS 14-344 HAZING – NCGS 14-35 CRUELTY TO ANIMALS(M) – NCGS 14-360(A) INSTIGATE CRUELTY TO ANIMALS – NCGS 14-361 ABANDONMENT OF AN ANIMAL – NCGS 14-361.1 ANIMAL FIGHTING – NCGS 14-362.1 LITTERING NOT > 15 LBS – NCGS 14-399(C) LITTERING 15 – 500 LBS – NCGS 14-399(D) ETHNIC INTIMIDATION – NCGS 14-401.14(A) TEACHING ETHNIC INTIMIDATION – NCGS 14-401.14(B) SELL CIGART PACK LABL ETC VIOL – NCGS 14-401.18 A&A CONCEAL/FAIL REPORT DEATH – NCGS 14-401.22(B) REFUSE RELEASE LINE EMERGENCY – NCGS 14-401.8 SELL/PURCHASE WEAPON NO PERMIT – NCGS 14-402 POSSESSION OF PYROTECHNICS – NCGS 14-410 SALE PYROTECHNICS TO < 16 YR – NCGS 14-410(B) CONC HANDGUN PROHIBIT PREMISE – NCGS 14-415.11(C)(8) CONCEAL HANDGUN PERMIT VIOL(M) – NCGS 14-415.21(B) INTOXICATED AND DISRUPTIVE – NCGS 14-444 ACCESSING COMPUTERS (M) – NCGS 14-454(B) DAMAGING COMPUTERS(M) – NCGS 14-455(A) COMPUTER TRESPASS (M) – NCGS 14-458 CYBER-BULLYING DEF =>18 – NCGS 14-458.1 CYBER-BULLYING DEF <18 – NCGS 14-458.1 CYBER-BULLY SCH EMP-STUDENT – NCGS 14-458.2(B) RIDE ON TRAIN UNLAWFULLY – NCGS 14-460 ATT BREAK OR ENTER BLDG (M) – NCGS 14-54(B) BREAKING OR ENTERING (M) – NCGS 14-54(B) ATTEMPT BREAK/ENTER MOTOR VEH – NCGS 14-56 BREAK COIN/CURRENCY MACH (M) – NCGS 14-56.1 DAMAGE COIN/CURRENCY MACHINE – NCGS 14-56.2 ACCESSORY AFTER THE FACT (M) – NCGS 14-7 RECEIVE STOLEN GOODS/PROP (M) – NCGS 14-71 POSS STOLEN GOODS/PROP (M) – NCGS 14-71.1 ATTEMPTED LARCENY (M) – NCGS 14-72 AID & ABET LARCENY (M) – NCGS 14-72(A) MISDEMEANOR LARCENY – NCGS 14-72(A) LARCENY OF MOTOR VEHICLE (M) – NCGS 14-72(A) SHOPLIFTING CONCEALMENT GOODS – NCGS 14-72.1(A) LARCENY BY CHANGING PRICE TAG – NCGS 14-72.1(D) UNAUTHORIZED USE OF MOTOR VEH – NCGS 14-72.2 UNAUTH TAKE/SALE DAIRY CASE – NCGS 14-72.4(A) LARCENY OF MOTOR FUEL – NCGS 14-72.5 LARCENY OF PUBLIC RECORD – NCGS 14-76 LARCENY OF WILL – NCGS 14-77 TAKE HORSE/MULE/DOG TEMP PURP – NCGS 14-82 ESCAPE FROM STATE PRISON (M) – NCGS 148-45(A) SEX OFFN VIOL NO CONTACT ORDER – NCGS 15A-1340.50(G) MISDEMEANOR PROBATION VIOL – NCGS 15A-1345 MISD PROB VIOL OUT OF COUNTY – NCGS 15A-1345 PROBATION REVOCATION APPEAL – NCGS 15A-1347 FAILURE TO APPEAR ON MISD – NCGS 15A-543(C) MOTIONS – NCGS 15A-951 IMPROPER USE GILL NETS ICWW – NCGS 15ANCAC3J.0103 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION VIOL – NCGS 163-278.13 SELL/CON ALC BEV AFTER HOURS – NCGS 18B-1004 ABC LAW VIOLATION – NCGS 18B-102 MAIL/SHIP ALC BEV NO PERMIT – NCGS 18B-109(A) POSS/SELL NONTAXPAID ALC BEV – NCGS 18B-111 TRANSPORT NONTAXPAID ALC BEV – NCGS 18B-111 ALLOW CON MTBV/U-WN SUSP PERM – NCGS 18B-300(A1) ALLOW CON MTBV/U-WN OFF PREM – NCGS 18B-300(B) CON MTBV/UN-WN OFF PREM PERMIT – NCGS 18B-300(B) OPEN CNT MBV/UNFWN PROP CY/CTY – NCGS 18B-300(C) CON MBEV/UNFWN PROP CITY/CNTY – NCGS 18B-300(C) POSS MBEV/UNFWN PROP TMP CLSD – NCGS 18B-300(C) CONSUME/OFFER AT ABC STORE – NCGS 18B-301(F) POSS/CONSUME AFTER PROHIBITED – NCGS 18B-301(F) PUBLIC CONSUMPTION – NCGS 18B-301(F) CON/OFFER ALC BEV PUBLIC ROAD – NCGS 18B-301(F)(1) DISPLAY ALC ATHLETIC CONTEST – NCGS 18B-301(F)(2) POS/CON F-WN/LQ/MXBV UNATH PR – NCGS 18B-301(F)(4) POSS/CONS BEER/WINE UNAUT PREM – NCGS 18B-301(F)(7) SELL MALTBEV/U-WN TO<21 – NCGS 18B-302(A)(1) SELL F-WN/LQ/MIXBEV TO<21 – NCGS 18B-302(A)(2) GIVE MTBV/U-WN TO <21 – NCGS 18B-302(A1) GIVE F-WN/LQ/MXBV TO <21 – NCGS 18B-302(A1) PUR/ATT MTBV/U-WN NOT 19/20 – NCGS 18B-302(B)(1) POSS MTBV/U-WN NOT 19/20 – NCGS 18B-302(B)(1) PUR MTBV/U-WN BY 19/20 – NCGS 18B-302(B)(1) ATT PUR MTBV/U-WN BY 19/20 – NCGS 18B-302(B)(1) POSS MTBV/U-WN BY 19/20 – NCGS 18B-302(B)(1) PUR/ATT F-WN/LQ/MXBV < 21 – NCGS 18B-302(B)(2) POSS F-WN/LQ/MXBV < 21 – NCGS 18B-302(B)(2) CONSUME ALC BY <19 – NCGS 18B-302(B)(3) CONSUME ALC BY 19/20 – NCGS 18B-302(B)(3) AID UNDERAGE PUR ALC BY < 21 – NCGS 18B-302(C)(1) UNDERAGE AID/ABET POSS ALCOHOL – NCGS 18B-302(C)(1) AID UNDERAGE PUR ALC BY > 21 – NCGS 18B-302(C)(2) OBT/ATT OBT ALC FALSE DL – NCGS 18B-302(E)(1) OBT/ATT OBT ALC FALSE ID – NCGS 18B-302(E)(2) OBT/ATT OBT ALC OTHER DL – NCGS 18B-302(E)(3) OBT/ATT OBT ALC OTHERS ID – NCGS 18B-302(E)(4) OBT/ATT OBT ALC OTHER FORM ID – NCGS 18B-302(E)(5) ALLOW USE OF ID/LIC TO BUY ALC – NCGS 18B-302(F) POSS/SELL ALC BEV NO PERMIT – NCGS 18B-304 SELL/GIVE ALC TO INTOX PERSON – NCGS 18B-305 MANUFACTURE LIQUOR NO PERMIT – NCGS 18B-307(B) SELL/CONSUME AT RAFFLE/BINGO – NCGS 18B-308 TRANSPORT UN-FORT WINE NO PERM – NCGS 18B-400 TRANSPORT FRT WINE/LIQ NO PERM – NCGS 18B-400 UNSEALED WINE/LIQ IN PASS AREA – NCGS 18B-401(A) DRINK BEER/WINE WHILE DRIVING – NCGS 18B-401(A) TRANSPORT IN FOR-HIRE VEHICLE – NCGS 18B-401(B) BRING ALCOHOL INTO STATE VIOL – NCGS 18B-402 TRANSPORT>40 LIT FORT WINE/LIQ – NCGS 18B-403(A) TRANSPORT>AMT FORT WINE/LIQ – NCGS 18B-403(A) TRANSPORT>100 LIT UNFORT WINE – NCGS 18B-403(A) FAIL DISPLAY PERMIT LE REQUEST – NCGS 18B-403(E) ILLEGAL TRANSPORT ALCOHOL BEV – NCGS 18B-406 SELL/BUY LOTTERY TIX<18 – NCGS 18C-131(D) DV PROTECTIVE ORDER VIOL (M) – NCGS 50B-4.1(A) VIOLATION OF COURT ORDER – NCGS 5A-11 CRIMINAL CONTEMPT – NCGS 5A-11 CONTEMPT BY PROBATIONER – NCGS 5A-11(A)(9A) SHOW CAUSE – NCGS 5A-15 RIDE ON TRAIN UNLAWFULLY – NCGS 62-319 TRESPASS ON AIRPORT PROPERTY – NCGS 63-26.1 SECONDARY METALS RECYC VIOL-M – NCGS 66-419(A) UNLAWFUL TRANSP/POSS COPPER-M – NCGS 66-419(B) ALLOW DOG TO RUN AT NIGHT – NCGS 67-12 OPERATE BOAT RECKLESS MANNER – NCGS 75A-10(A) DWI – MOTOR BOAT/VESSEL – NCGS 75A-10(B1) PERS WTRCRFT RENTAL INSURANCE – NCGS 75A-13.3(C2) VESS ON WATER FAIL STOP ORD LE – NCGS 75A-17(E) FAIL/PREVENT JUV ABUSE REPORT – NCGS 7B-301(B) FAIL NOTIFY SBI JUV SEX ABUSE – NCGS 7B-301(C) BARBERING W/O CERTIFICATE – NCGS 86A-1 NO BARBER SHOP/SCHOOL PERMIT – NCGS 86A-1 MAINTN VEH/DWELL/PLACE CS (M) – NCGS 90-108(A)(7) TREATMENT W/O REQ LICENSE – NCGS 90-109 INHALE TOXIC VAPORS – NCGS 90-113.10 POSS TOXIC VAPORS SUBSTANCE – NCGS 90-113.11 SELL TOXIC VAPORS SUBSTANCE – NCGS 90-113.12 POSSESS DRUG PARAPHERNALIA – NCGS 90-113.22(A) EXCEED PSEUDO LIMITS – NCGS 90-113.53 EXCEED PSEUDO LIMITS 2 OFF – NCGS 90-113.53 PRACTICE MEDICINE W/O LICENSE – NCGS 90-18(A) PRACTICE PHARMACY W/O LICENSE – NCGS 90-85.21B SIMPLE POSS MDPV-MISD – NCGS 90-95(A)(3) ATTEMPT POSS MDPV-MISD – NCGS 90-95(A)(3) SYNTH CANNABINOID POSS<=7G – NCGS 90-95(A)(3) SYNTH CANNABINOID POSS>7-21G – NCGS 90-95(A)(3) ATT POSS SYNTH CANNABIN<=7G – NCGS 90-95(A)(3) ATT POSS SYNTH CANNABIN>7-21G – NCGS 90-95(A)(3) SIMPLE POSSESS SCH II CS (M) – NCGS 90-95(D)(2) SIMPLE POSSESS SCH III CS (M) – NCGS 90-95(D)(2) SIMPLE POSSESS SCH IV CS (M) – NCGS 90-95(D)(2) SIMPLE POSSESS SCH V CS (M) – NCGS 90-95(D)(3) POSS MARIJ >1/2 TO 1 1/2 OZ – NCGS 90-95(D)(4) SIMPLE POSSESS SCH VI CS (M) – NCGS 90-95(D)(4) POSSESS MARIJUANA UP TO 1/2 OZ – NCGS 90-95(D)(4) MISREP TO OBTAIN ESC BENEFIT-M – NCGS 96-18(A) MISREP TO PREVENT ESC BENEFIT – NCGS 96-18(B) FAIL/REFUSE FILE ESC TAX RPRT – NCGS 96-18(B) EMPL SEC LAW VIOLATION – NCGS 96-18(C) FALSE IMPRISONMENT – NCGS COMMON LAW COMMON LAW FORGERY (M) – NCGS COMMON LAW COMMON LAW UTTERING (M) – NCGS COMMON LAW OBSTRUCTING JUSTICE – NCGS COMMON LAW GO ARMED TO TERROR OF PEOPLE – NCGS COMMON LAW FORCIBLE TRESPASS – NCGS COMMON LAW MISDEMEANOR AID AND ABET – NCGS COMMON LAW POSSESS LIQUOR FOR SALE – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC ALLOW ILLEGAL CONSUMPTION ALC – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC POSS/CONS BEER/WINE PUBLIC ST – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC POSS/CON BEER/WINE UNAUTH PREM – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC POSSESSION ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC CONSUME BEER/WINE UNDERAGE – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC CONSUME ALC/MALT CITY/CO PROP – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC OPEN CONTAINER ALCOHOL VIOL – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC HUNT FROM STATE ROAD – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC NOISE ORDINANCE VIOLATION – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC LOITER FOR DRUG ACTIVITY – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC URINATE IN PUBLIC – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC BEACH STRAND VIOLATION – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC CITY/TOWN VIOLATION (M) – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC LEASH LAW VIOLATION – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC SCREECHING TIRES – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC LITTERING BEER/WINE CONTAINER – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC ILLEGAL DUMPING – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC NO CITY DOG TAG – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC SOLICIT ALMS/BEG FOR MONEY – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC PEDDLE LICENSE VIOLATION – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC FAIL PROVIDE PROOF PROPER FARE – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC DEFRAUDING TAXI DRIVER – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC CURFEW VIOLATION – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC LOITERING – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC GRAFFITI VIOL – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC OBSTRUCT PEDESTRIAN SIDEWALK – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC TRESPASS OR SLEEP IN PARK VIOL – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC SLEEP IN PUBLIC PLACE – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC DISCHARGE FIREARM IN CITY – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC POSSESS FIREARM ON CITY PROP – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC CARELESSNESS WITH FIRE – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC BARKING DOG – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC BLOCKING FIRE EXIT – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANC FAIL PROVIDE PROOF FARE PAY – NCGS LOCAL ORDINANCE
A&A OBTAIN PROP FALSE PRETENSE- NCGS14-100 ABANDON CHILD FOR 6 MONTHS- NCGS14-322.1 ABDUCTION OF CHILDREN- NCGS14-41 ABUSE DISABLE/ELDER SER INJ- NCGS14-32.3(A) ABUSE DISABLE/ELDER WITH INJ- NCGS14-32.3(A) ACCESS GOVT COMPUTERS DEFAUD- NCGS14-454.1(A)(1) ACCESSING COMPUTERS (F)- NCGS14-454(A) ACCESSORY AFTER THE FACT (F)- NCGS14-7 ADLTRT OR MISBRAND TO EXTORT- NCGS14-34.4(B) ADULTERATED OR MISBRANDED FOOD- NCGS14-34.4(A) AGG FEL SER INJURY BY VEHICLE- NCGS20-141.4(A4) AGG FELONY DEATH BY VEHICLE- NCGS20-141.4(A5) AID & ABET FORGERY- NCGS14-119(A) AID & ABET LARCENY (F)- NCGS14-72(A) AID AND ABET ARMED ROBBERY- NCGS14-87 ALTER COURT DOCUMENTS- NCGS14-221.2 ALTER TITLE- NCGS20-71(A) ALTER/DEST/ETC STOLEN MV/PART- NCGS14-72.7(A) ALTER/REMOVE GUN SERIAL NUMBER- NCGS14-160.2(A) ALTER/STEAL/DEST CRIMINAL EVID- NCGS14-221.1 ALTERING SERIAL NUMBERS- NCGS20-109(B) ARMED HABITUAL FELON- NCGS14-7.36 ARSON- NCGS14-58 ARSON – FREE TEXT- NCGS ASLT FIREARM/DW COMP/CAMP POL- NCGS14-34.2 ASSAULT – FREE TEXT- NCGS ASSAULT BY STRANGULATION- NCGS14-32.4(B) ASSAULT EMERG PRSNL FIREARM- NCGS14-34.6(C) ASSAULT EMERG PRSNL IBI/WDW- NCGS14-34.6(B) ASSAULT EMERG PRSNL IBI/WDW- NCGS14-34.6(B) ASSAULT EXEC LEGL COURT OFFCR- NCGS14-16.6(A) ASSAULT ISBI UNBORN CHILD- NCGS14-23.5(A) ASSAULT LEO/PO/OTHER SER INJRY- NCGS14-34.7 ASSAULT LEO/PO/OTHER W FIREARM- NCGS14-34.5 ASSAULT ON EMERGENCY PERSONNEL- NCGS14-288.9 ASSAULT PHY INJ DETENTION EMP- NCGS14-34.7(C)(2) ASSAULT PHY INJ EMERGENCY PRSN- NCGS14-34.6(A) ASSAULT PHY INJ LE/PROB/PAR OF- NCGS14-34.7(C)(1) ASSAULT SERIOUS BODILY INJURY- NCGS14-32.4 ASSLT EXEC LEGL CRT OFFCR INJR- NCGS14-16.6(C) ASSLT EXEC LEGL CRT OFFCR WEAP- NCGS14-16.6(B) ATT BREAK OR ENTER BLDG (F)- NCGS14-54(A) ATT OBTAIN CS FORGERY/FRAUD(F)- NCGS90-108(A)(10) ATT OBTAIN PROP FALSE PRETENSE- NCGS14-100 ATT POSS SYNTH CANNABINOID-F- NCGS90-95(A)(3) ATT ROBBERY-DANGEROUS WEAPON- NCGS14-87 ATT SEX OFFENSE-PARENTAL ROLE- NCGS14-27.7(A) ATTEMPT 1ST DEGREE RAPE- NCGS14-27.2 ATTEMPT 1ST DEGREE SEX OFFENSE- NCGS14-27.4 ATTEMPT 2ND DEGREE SEX OFFENSE- NCGS14-27.5 ATTEMPT FIRST DEGREE BURGLARY- NCGS14-51 ATTEMPT POSS MDPV-FELONY- NCGS90-95(A)(3) ATTEMPT POSSESS MEPHEDRONE- NCGS90-95(A)(3) ATTEMPT SECOND DEGREE RAPE- NCGS14-27.3 ATTEMPT SEX OFFENSE STUDNT (F)- NCGS14-27.7(B) ATTEMPT TO EVADE OR DEFEAT TAX- NCGS105-236(A)(7) ATTEMPT TO EVADE OR DEFEAT TAX- NCGS105-236(A)(7) ATTEMPTED COMMON LAW ROBBERY- NCGS14-87.1 ATTEMPTED FIRST DEGREE MURDER- COMMON LAW ATTEMPTED KIDNAPPING- COMMON LAW ATTEMPTED LARCENY (F)- NCGS14-72 ATTEMPTED POSSESSION COCAINE- NCGS90-98 AWDW EMERGENCY PERSON- NCGS14-288.9 AWDW GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL- NCGS14-34.2 AWDW INTENT TO KILL- NCGS14-32(C) AWDW SERIOUS INJURY- NCGS14-32(B) AWDWIKISI- NCGS14-32(A) B/I/S/P FORGED INSPECTION- NCGS20-183.8(C)(2) BABYSIT BY/HOME SEX OFNDR 2+- NCGS14-321.1(B) BAIL BNDSMN FAIL RET SEC>$1500- NCGS58-71-95(5) BIGAMY- NCGS14-183 BLUE LIGHT CAUSE STOP/YIELD- NCGS14-277(B)(5) BREAK COIN/CURRENCY MACH (F)- NCGS14-56.1 BREAK OR ENTER A MOTOR VEHICLE- NCGS14-56 BREAK/ENTER BOAT- NCGS14-56 BREAK/ENTER PLACE OF WORSHIP- NCGS14-54.1(A) BREAK/ENTER RAILROAD CAR- NCGS14-56 BREAK/ENTER TRAILER/AIRCRAFT- NCGS14-56 BREAKING AND OR ENTERING (F)- NCGS14-54(A) BURGLARY – FREE TEXT- NCGS BURGLARY WITH EXPLOSIVES- NCGS14-57 BURN CERTAIN PUBLIC BUILDINGS- NCGS14-59 BURN CHURCH/RELIGIOUS BLDG- NCGS14-62.2 BURNING BLDG UNDER CONSTRUCT- NCGS14-62.1 BURNING CERTAIN BUILDINGS- NCGS14-62 BURNING OF A SCHOOL HOUSE- NCGS14-60 BURNING PERSONAL PROPERTY- NCGS14-66 BUY/SELL ELE INSP VEH NOT PASS- NCGS20-183.8(C)(3)B BUY/SELL/DISTRIB FOOD STAMPS- NCGS108A-53.1(A) CARD THEFT W/SCANNING DEVICE- NCGS14-113.9(A)(5) CARRYING CONCEALED GUN(F)- NCGS14-269(A1) CASTRATION WITHOUT MALICE- NCGS14-29 CHANGE OF MILEAGE VIOL- NCGS20-343 CHECK CASHING WITHOUT LICENSE- NCGS53-276 CHILD CARE ADM MED/SER INJ- NCGS110-102.1A(C) CHILDCARE IN SEX OFFENDER HOME- NCGS14-208.17(B) CHILDCARE SUBSIDY FRAUD>$1000- NCGS110-107(A) COCKFIGHTING- NCGS14-362 COM/ATT SEX PENET HUMAN REMAIN- NCGS14-401.22(C) COMMERCIAL LITTERING- NCGS14-399(E) COMMERCIAL SEX – FREE TEXT- NCGS COMMON LAW FORGERY (F)- COMMON LAW COMMON LAW ROBBERY- NCGS14-87.1 COMMON LAW UTTERING (F)- COMMON LAW COMPUTER TRESPASS (F)- NCGS14-458 CONCEAL/FAIL REPORT DEATH- NCGS14-401.22(A) CONCEALING BIRTH OF A CHILD- NCGS14-46 CONCL/FAIL REPORT DEATH CHILD- NCGS14-401.22(A1) CONSP ARMED ROBBERY BUS/PERS- COMMON LAW CONSP B&E BLDG-FELONY/LARCENY- NCGS14-54(A) CONSP DEF/OBT MNY/PROP MED AST- NCGS108A-63(E) CONSP DEL SYNTH CANNABINOID- NCGS90-95(A)(1) CONSP OBTAIN PROP FALSE PRET- NCGS14-100 CONSP ROBBERY DANGRS WEAPON- NCGS14-87 CONSP SELL SYNTH CANNABINOID- NCGS90-95(A)(1) CONSP SELL/DEL SYNTH CANNABIN- NCGS90-95(A)(1) CONSP SELL/DELIVER MARIJUANA- NCGS90-98 CONSP SELL/DELIVER MEPHEDRONE- NCGS90-95(A)(1) CONSP SELL/DELIVER SCH I CS- NCGS90-98 CONSP SELL/DELIVER SCH II CS- NCGS90-98 CONSP SELL/DELIVER SCH III CS- NCGS90-98 CONSP SELL/DELIVER SCH IV CS- NCGS90-98 CONSP SELL/DELIVER SCH V CS- NCGS90-98 CONSP SELL/DELIVER SCH VI CS- NCGS90-98 CONSP TRAF SYNTH CANNABINOID- NCGS90-95(H)(1A) CONSP TRAFFIC IN MEPHEDRONE- NCGS90-95(H)(3E) CONSPIRE COMMIT FEL LARCENY- NCGS14-72(A) CONSPIRE DELIVER COCAINE- NCGS90-98 CONSPIRE DELIVER HEROIN- NCGS90-98 CONSPIRE DELIVER LSD- NCGS90-98 CONSPIRE DELIVER MARIJ- NCGS90-98 CONSPIRE DELIVER MEPHEDRONE- NCGS90-95(A)(1) CONSPIRE DELIVER METH- NCGS90-98 CONSPIRE DELIVER SCH I CS- NCGS90-98 CONSPIRE DELIVER SCH VI CS- NCGS90-98 CONSPIRE SELL COCAINE- NCGS90-98 CONSPIRE SELL HEROIN- NCGS90-98 CONSPIRE SELL LSD- NCGS90-98 CONSPIRE SELL MARIJ- NCGS90-98 CONSPIRE SELL METHAMPHETAMINE- NCGS90-98 CONSPIRE SELL SCH I CS- NCGS90-98 CONSPIRE SELL SCH VI CS- NCGS90-98 CONSPIRE SELL/DELIVER COCAINE- NCGS90-98 CONSPIRE SELL/DELIVER HEROIN- NCGS90-98 CONSPIRE SELL/DELIVER LSD- NCGS90-98 CONSPIRE TO DELIVER MDPV- NCGS90-95(A)(1) CONSPIRE TO SELL MDPV- NCGS90-95(A)(1) CONSPIRE TO SELL MEPHEDRONE- NCGS90-95(A)(1) CONSPIRE TO SELL/DELIVER MDPV- NCGS90-95(A)(1) CONSPIRE TO TRAFFIC IN COCAINE- NCGS90-95(H)(3) CONSPIRE TO TRAFFIC IN MARIJ- NCGS90-95(H)(1) CONSPIRE TRAFFIC AMPHETAMINE- NCGS90-95(I) CONSPIRE TRAFFIC IN MDPV- NCGS90-95(H)(3D) CONSPIRE TRAFFIC LSD- NCGS90-95(I) CONSPIRE TRAFFIC MDA/MDMA- NCGS90-95(I) CONSPIRE TRAFFIC METHAMPHETAMI- NCGS90-95(I) CONSPIRE TRAFFIC METHAQUALONE- NCGS90-95(H)(2) CONSPIRE TRAFFIC OPIUM/HEROIN- NCGS90-95(H)(4) CONTAMINATE FOOD/DRINK W/CS- NCGS14-401.16 CONTINUING CRIMINAL ENTERPRISE- NCGS90-95.1 CORPORATE MALFEASANCE- NCGS14-254 COUNTERFEIT TRADEMARK FEL- NCGS80-11.1(B) COUNTERFEITING COIN- NCGS14-13 CREATE COUNTERFEIT CS- NCGS90-95(A)(2) CRIME AGAINST NATURE- NCGS14-177 CRUELTY TO ANIMALS(F)- NCGS14-360(B) CRUELTY TO ANIMALS(F)- NCGS14-360(B) CS HIRE/USE MINOR >13 DEF >=21- NCGS90-95.4(B)(1) CS HIRE/USE MINOR<=13 DEF>=21- NCGS90-95.4(B)(2) CS HIRE/USE MINOR<=13 DEF18<21- NCGS90-95.4(A)(2) CS HIRE/USE MINOR>13 DEF 18<21- NCGS90-95.4(A)(1) DAMAGE PROPERTY – FREE TEXT- NCGS DAMAGING COMPUTERS(F)- NCGS14-455(A) DANGEROUS DRUGS – FREE TEXT- NCGS DEFRAUD/OBT MNY/PROP MED AST- NCGS108A-63(E) DELIVER COCAINE- NCGS90-95(A)(1) DELIVER HEROIN- NCGS90-95(A)(1) DELIVER LSD- NCGS90-95(A)(1) DELIVER MARIJUANA- NCGS90-95(A)(1) DELIVER MDPV- NCGS90-95(A)(1) DELIVER MEPHEDRONE- NCGS90-95(A)(1) DELIVER METHAMPHETAMINE- NCGS90-95(A)(1) DELIVER SCH I CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) DELIVER SCH II CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) DELIVER SCH III CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) DELIVER SCH IV CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) DELIVER SCH V CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) DELIVER SCH VI CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) DELIVER SYNTH CANNABINOID- NCGS90-95(A)(1) DESECRATE GRAVE SITE >=$1000- NCGS14-148(C) DESECRATE HUMAN REMAINS- NCGS14-149(A1) DEST BODY/REM CONC UNNAT DEATH- NCGS14-401.22(E) DESTROY REMAINS CONCEAL DEATH- NCGS14-401.22(D) DIS WEAP OCC DWELL/MOVING VEH- NCGS14-34.1(B) DIS WEAP OCC PROP SER BOD INJ- NCGS14-34.1(C) DISCHARGE FIREARM ENCL FEAR- NCGS14-34.10 DISCHARGE FIREARM ENCLOSURE- NCGS14-34.9 DISCHARGE FIREARM ON EDUC PROP- NCGS14-269.2(B) DISCHARGE WEAPON OCCUPIED PROP- NCGS14-34.1(A) DISORDERLY COND FUNERAL 2 OFF- NCGS14-288.4(A)(8) DISORDERLY COND FUNERAL 3/+- NCGS14-288.4(A)(8) DISORDERLY COND FUNERAL 3/+- NCGS14-288.4(A)(8) DISTURB CASKET/GRAVE MARKER- NCGS14-149(A) DISTURB HUMAN REMAINS- NCGS14-401.22(C) DOG FIGHTING- NCGS14-362.2 DOM CR TRESPSS SAFE HOUSE WEAP- NCGS14-134.3(B) DUMP TOXIC SUBSTANCES- NCGS14-284.2 DV PROTECTIVE ORDER VIOL (F)- NCGS50B-4.1(F) DVPO VIOL DEADLY WEAPON- NCGS50B-4.1(G) ELECTRONIC SWEEPSTAKES 2 OFF- NCGS14-306.4(B) ELECTRONIC SWEEPSTAKES 3/SUB- NCGS14-306.4(B) ELUDE ARREST MV CAUSE DEATH- NCGS20-141.5(A) ELUDE ARREST MV DEATH >=3 AF- NCGS20-141.5(B) ELUDE ARREST MV DEATH 2 AF- NCGS20-141.5(B) ELUDE ARRST MV >=3 AGRV FCTRS- NCGS20-141.5(B) ELUDE ARRST MV 2 AGRVTG FCTRS- NCGS20-141.5(B) EMBEZ PUB OFF/TRST >=$100- NCGS000 EMBEZ STATE PROP >=$100- NCGS000 EMBEZZLE – FREE TEXT- NCGS EMBEZZLE CS BY EMPLOYEE OF REG- NCGS90-108(A)(14) EMBEZZLE CS BY EMPLOYEE OF REG- NCGS90-108(A)(14) EMBEZZLEMENT- NCGS14-90 EMBEZZLEMENT >=$100- NCGS000 EMBEZZLEMENT OF STATE PROPERTY- NCGS14-91 EMBEZZLEMENT RAILROAD OFFICER- NCGS14-94 EMBEZZLEMENT RR OFF >=$100- NCGS000 EMBEZZLEMENT-PUB OFF/TRUSTEES- NCGS14-92 ESCAPE FROM STATE PRISON (F)- NCGS148-45(B) ESCAPE FROM STATE PRISON (F)- NCGS148-45(B) ESCAPE PRIVATE CORRECTION FAC- NCGS14-256.1 EXCEED PSEUDO LIMITS 3+ OFF- NCGS90-113.53 EXPLOIT DISABLE/ELDER CAPACITY- NCGS14-112.2(C) EXPLOIT DISABLE/ELDER TRUST- NCGS14-112.2(B) EXPLOSIVE ON EDUC PROP- NCGS14-269.2(B1) EXPLOSVE ON EDUC PROP AID MINR- NCGS14-269.2(C1) EXTORT/GANG – FREE TEXT- NCGS EXTORTION- NCGS14-118.4 EXTRADITION/FUGITIVE OTH STATE- NCGS15A-727;733;734 FAIL DISCLOSE ORIGIN RECORDING- NCGS14-435(A) FAIL ENROLL SEX OFFEN SBM PROG- NCGS14-208.44(A) FAIL MOVE OVER SER INJ/DEATH- NCGS20-157(I) FAIL REGISTER SEX OFFENDER(F)- NCGS14-208.11 FAIL REGISTER SEX OFFENDER(F)- NCGS14-208.11 FAIL REPORT CHILD DISAPPEAR-F- NCGS14-318.5(B) FAIL REPRT NEW ADDRESS-SEX OFF- NCGS14-208.11(A)(2) FAIL REPT SEX OFFEN NON-COMPLY- NCGS14-208.11A(A) FAIL RETURN HIRED MV >$4000- NCGS14-167 FAILURE TO APPEAR ON FELONY- NCGS15A-543(B) FALSE BOMB REPORT- NCGS14-69.1 FALSE BOMB REPORT PUBLIC BLDG- NCGS14-69.1(C) FALSE CERTIFICATION OF TITLE- NCGS20-72(B) FALSE FOREIGN VENDOR CERTIFICA- NCGS143-59.1 FALSE LIC/PERM IN COMMIT FEL- NCGS20-30(9) FALSE LIEN FILINGS- NCGS14-118.6(A) FALSE REP LAW ENF CHILD VICTIM- NCGS14-255(B) FALSE REPORT NUC/BIO/CHEM WEAP- NCGS14-288.23 FALSE RPT MASS VIOL EDUC PROP- NCGS14-277.5 FALSE VENDOR CERTIFICATION- NCGS143-59.2 FAMILY – FREE TEXT- NCGS FEL HIT/RUN INJURY- NCGS20-166(A1) FEL HIT/RUN INJURY RV 1- NCGS20-166(E) FEL HIT/RUN INJURY RV 2- NCGS20-166(E) FEL HIT/RUN SER INJ/DEATH- NCGS20-166(A) FEL HIT/RUN SER INJ/DEATH RV 1- NCGS20-166(E) FEL HIT/RUN SER INJ/DEATH RV 2- NCGS20-166(E) FEL POSS SYNTHETIC CANNABINOID- NCGS90-95(A)(3) FEL PROB VIOL OUT OF COUNTY- NCGS15A-1345 FEL SERIOUS INJURY BY VEHICLE- NCGS20-141.4(A3) FELONIOUS RESTRAINT- NCGS14-43.3 FELONY AID AND ABET- COMMON LAW FELONY ASSAULT ON HANDICAPPED- NCGS14-32.1(E) FELONY CHILD ABUSE -SEXUAL ACT- NCGS14-318.4(A2) FELONY CHILD ABUSE -SEXUAL ACT- NCGS14-318.4(A2) FELONY CHILD ABUSE-PROSTITUTN- NCGS14-318.4(A1) FELONY CHILD ABUSE-PROSTITUTN- NCGS14-318.4(A1) FELONY CONSPIRACY- NCGS14-2.4(A) FELONY CONVERSION- NCGS14-168.1 FELONY CUSTODY ORDER VIOLATION- NCGS14-320.1 FELONY DEATH BY VEHICLE- NCGS20-141.4(A1) FELONY DEATH BY VEHICLE- NCGS20-141.4(A1) FELONY DEATH BY VEHICLE- NCGS20-141.4(A1) FELONY DISSEMINATE OBSCENITY- NCGS14-190.1 FELONY ESCAPE LOCAL JAIL- NCGS14-256 FELONY ESCAPE LOCAL JAIL- NCGS14-256 FELONY HARBORING ESCAPEE- NCGS14-259 FELONY INCITING TO RIOT- NCGS14-288.2 FELONY LARCENY- NCGS14-72(A) FELONY POSSESSION MARIJUANA- NCGS90-95(D)(4) FELONY POSSESSION OF COCAINE- NCGS90-95(D)(2) FELONY POSSESSION SCH I CS- NCGS90-95(A)(3) FELONY POSSESSION SCH II CS- NCGS90-95(A)(3) FELONY POSSESSION SCH III CS- NCGS90-95(A)(3) FELONY POSSESSION SCH IV CS- NCGS90-95(A)(3) FELONY POSSESSION SCH VI CS- NCGS90-95(D)(4) FELONY PROBATION VIOLATION- NCGS15A-1345 FELONY SECRET PEEPING- NCGS14-202 FELONY STALKING- NCGS14-277.3A(C) FELONY WORTHLESS CHECK- NCGS14-107(D) FINANCIAL CARD FORGERY- NCGS14-113.11 FINANCIAL CARD FRAUD (F)- NCGS14-113.13 FINANCIAL CARD THEFT- NCGS14-113.9 FIRST DEG SEX EXPLOIT MINOR- NCGS14-190.16 FIRST DEG SEX EXPLOIT MINOR- NCGS14-190.16 FIRST DEG TRESP-INFRASTRUCT-F- NCGS14-159.12(D) FIRST DEGREE ARSON- NCGS14-58 FIRST DEGREE BURGLARY- NCGS14-51 FIRST DEGREE KIDNAPPING- NCGS14-39 FIRST DEGREE MURDER- NCGS14-17 FIRST DEGREE RAPE- NCGS14-27.2(A) FIRST DEGREE RAPE CHILD- NCGS14-27.2(A)(1) FIRST DEGREE SEX OFFENSE CHILD- NCGS14-27.4(A)(1) FIRST DEGREE SEXUAL OFFENSE- NCGS14-27.4(A) FLEE/ELUDE ARREST W/MV (F)- NCGS20-141.5(B) FLIGHT/ESCAPE – FREE TEXT- NCGS FOOD STAMP FRAUD (F)- NCGS108A-53 FORGE INSPECT STICKER/RECEIPT- NCGS20-183.8(C)(1) FORGERY – FREE TEXT- NCGS FORGERY OF DEEDS OR WILLS- NCGS14-122 FORGERY OF ENDORSEMENT- NCGS14-120 FORGERY OF INSTRUMENT- NCGS14-119(A) FRAUD – FREE TEXT- NCGS FRAUDULENTLY BURNING DWELLING- NCGS14-65 GAMBLING – FREE TEXT- NCGS GANG ACTIVITY/ACQUIRE PROPERTY- NCGS14-50.16(A)(2) GOVERNOR’S WARRANT- NCGS15A-727 GUN ETC ON EDUC PROP- NCGS14-269.2(B) GUN ETC ON EDUC PROP AID MINOR- NCGS14-269.2(C) H/I FELONY PROBATION VIOLATION- NCGS15A-1345 HABEAS CORPUS- NCGS17-1 HABITUAL BREAKING/ENTERING- NCGS14-7.26 HABITUAL FELON- NCGS14-7.1 HABITUAL FELON- NCGS14-7.1 HABITUAL IMPAIRED DRIVING- NCGS20-138.5 HABITUAL IMPAIRED DRIVING- NCGS20-138.5 HABITUAL LARCENY- NCGS14-72(B)(6) HABITUAL MISDEMEANOR ASSAULT- NCGS14-33.2 HARASSMENT OF JUROR- NCGS14-225.2 HEALTH LAW – FREE TEXT- NCGS HOAX BY FALSE BOMB- NCGS14-69.2 HOAX FALSE BOMB PUBLIC BLDG- NCGS14-69.2(C) HOMICIDE – FREE TEXT- NCGS HUMAN TRAFFICKING ADULT VICTIM- NCGS14-43.11(A) HUMAN TRAFFICKING CHILD VICTIM- NCGS14-43.11(A) IDENTITY THEFT- NCGS14-113.20 ILLEG POSS/USE FOOD STAMPS(F)- NCGS108A-53.1(B) IMPROPER ENTRY OF DV SHELTER- NCGS50B-4.1(G1) INCEST- NCGS14-178(B)(3) INCEST CHILD < 13 DEF >= 4- NCGS14-178(B)(1)(A) INCEST CHILD 13/14/15 DEF >= 6- NCGS14-178(B)(1)(B) INCEST CHILD 13/14/15 DEF> 4<6- NCGS14-178(B)(2) INDEC EXPOSURE DEF>=18 VIC<16- NCGS14-190.9(A1) INDECENT LIBERTIES STUDENT (F)- NCGS14-202.4(A) INDECENT LIBERTIES WITH CHILD- NCGS14-202.1 INJ PROP NONFERR METAL>=10000- NCGS14-159.4(B) INJ PROP NONFERR METAL-KILLED- NCGS14-159.4(B) INJ PROP NONFERR METAL-SB INJ- NCGS14-159.4(B) INJ PROP OBT NONFERR METAL-F- NCGS14-159.4(B) INJURE BUILDING/FENCE/WALL(F)- NCGS14-144(2) INJURING UTILITY WIRES/FIXTURE- NCGS14-154 INSURANCE FRAUD- NCGS58-2-161 INSURANCE FRAUD- NCGS58-2-161 INT CHILD ABUSE-SER BOD INJ- NCGS14-318.4(A3) INT CHILD ABUSE-SER BOD INJ- NCGS14-318.4(A3) INT CHILD ABUSE-SER PHYS INJ- NCGS14-318.4(A) INT CHILD ABUSE-SER PHYS INJ- NCGS14-318.4(A) INTERFERE ELECT MONITOR DEV(F)- NCGS14-226.3(B) INTIMIDATING WITNESS- NCGS14-226 INTIMIDATING WITNESS- NCGS14-226 INV MANSLAUGHTER UNBORN CHILD- NCGS14-23.4(A) INVADE PRIVACY – FREE TEXT- NCGS INVOL SERVITUDE ADULT VICTIM- NCGS14-43.12(A) INVOL SERVITUDE CHILD VICTIM- NCGS14-43.12(A) INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER- NCGS14-18 KIDNAPPING- NCGS14-39 KIDNAPPING – FREE TEXT- NCGS KILL ANIMAL BY STARVATION (F)- NCGS14-360(A1) LAR REMOVE/DEST/DEA CT COMPO- NCGS14-72.11(2) LARCENY – FREE TEXT- NCGS LARCENY AFTER BREAK/ENTER- NCGS14-72(B)(2) LARCENY BY ANTI-INVNTRY DEVICE- NCGS14-72.1(D1) LARCENY BY EMPL >=$100- NCGS000 LARCENY BY EMPLOYEE- NCGS14-74 LARCENY DEFEAT ANTI-THEFT DEV- NCGS14-72.11(2) LARCENY FROM CONSTRUCTION SITE- NCGS14-72.6(A)(1) LARCENY FROM THE PERSON- NCGS14-72(B)(1) LARCENY MOTOR VEHICLE PARTS- NCGS14-72.8 LARCENY OF A FIREARM- NCGS14-72(B) LARCENY OF CHOSE IN ACTION- NCGS14-75 LARCENY OF DOG- NCGS14-81(A1) LARCENY OF HORSE/SWINE/CATTLE- NCGS14-81(A) LARCENY OF MOTOR VEHICLE (F)- NCGS14-72(A) LARCENY OF PINE STRAW- NCGS14-79.1 LARCENY OF SECRET PROCESS- NCGS14-75.1 LIQUOR – FREE TEXT- NCGS LITTERING > 500 LBS- NCGS14-399(E) LITTERING HAZARDOUS WASTE- NCGS14-399(E) LOCAL ORDINANCE-FREE TEXT- NCGS M/P/S NUC/BIO/CHEM WEAPON- NCGS14-288.21 M/S/D/P CS AT CHILD CARE CTR- NCGS90-95(E)(8) M/S/D/P CS W/N 1000FT OF PARK- NCGS90-95(E)(10) M/S/D/P CS W/N 1000FT SCHOOL- NCGS90-95(E)(8) MAIMING WITHOUT MALICE- NCGS14-29 MAINTN VEH/DWELL/PLACE CS (F)- NCGS90-108(A)(7) MALICIOUS ASSAULT IN SECRET- NCGS14-31 MALICIOUS CASTRATION- NCGS14-28 MALICIOUS CONDUCT BY PRISONER- NCGS14-258.4 MALICIOUS MAIMING- NCGS14-30 MALICIOUS USE EXPLOSV DAMG PRP- NCGS14-49(B) MALICIOUS USE EXPLOSV INJURY- NCGS14-49(A) MANUF SYNTH CANNABINOID- NCGS90-95(A)(1) MANUFACTURE COCAINE- NCGS90-95(A)(1) MANUFACTURE MARIJUANA- NCGS90-95(A)(1) MANUFACTURE MDPV- NCGS90-95(A)(1) MANUFACTURE MEPHEDRONE- NCGS90-95(A)(1) MANUFACTURE METHAMPHETAMINE- NCGS90-95(B)(1A) MANUFACTURE POISONOUS LIQUOR- NCGS14-329 MANUFACTURE SCH I CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) MANUFACTURE SCH II CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) MANUFACTURE SCH III CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) MANUFACTURE SCH IV CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) MANUFACTURE SCH V CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) MANUFACTURE SCH VI CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) MANUFACTURE/SELL SLOT MACH (F)- NCGS14-304 MED ASSIST RECEIPIENT FRAUD-F- NCGS108A-64(C)(1) MEDICAL PROVIDER FRAUD- NCGS108A-63(C) MISREP TO OBTAIN ESC BENEFIT-F- NCGS96-18(A) MOTOR VEHICLE RENTAL FRAUD- NCGS20-106.1 MURDER- NCGS14-17 MURDER OF AN UNBORN CHILD- NCGS14-23.2(A) MV SUBLEASE VIOLATION (F)- NCGS20-106.2(B) NEG CHILD ABUSE-SER BOD INJ- NCGS14-318.4(A4) NEG CHILD ABUSE-SER PHYS INJ- NCGS14-318.4(A5) NEG CHILD ABUSE-SER PHYS INJ- NCGS14-318.4(A5) NEGLECT DISABLE/ELDER SER INJ- NCGS14-32.3(B) NEGLECT DISABLE/ELDER WITH INJ- NCGS14-32.3(B) OBT CS PRESCRIP MISREP/WITHHLD- NCGS90-108(A)(13) OBT PROP FALSE PRET >=$100- NCGS000 OBTAIN CS BY FRAUD/FORGERY (F)- NCGS90-108(A)(10) OBTAIN PROPERTY FALSE PRETENSE- NCGS14-100 OFFERING BRIBES- NCGS14-218 OPER >=5 VIDEO GAMING MACH- NCGS14-306.1A(A) OPER VIDEO GAMING MACH 2 OFF- NCGS14-306.1A(A) OPER VIDEO GAMING MACH 3/SUB- NCGS14-306.1A(A) OPERATE VEH WITH BLUE LIGHT- NCGS14-277(A)(4) ORGANIZED RETAIL THEFT- NCGS14-86.6(A) OTHER – FREE TEXT- NCGS P/W/S/D METHAQUALONE/QUAALUDE- NCGS90-95(A) PARTICIP IN DRUG VIOL BY MINOR- NCGS90-95.7 PASS STOP SCH BUS-CAUSE DEATH- NCGS20-217(G) PASS STOPPED BUS STRIKE PERSON- NCGS20-217(G) PASSENGER FLEE ACC INJ/DEATH- NCGS20-166.2(A) PATIENT ABUSE AND NEGLECT(F)- NCGS14-32.2(A) PATRONIZE PROST ENGAGE MINOR- NCGS14-205.2(A)(1) PATRONIZE PROST ENGAGE MNTL DI- NCGS14-205.A(A)(1) PATRONIZE PROST PLACE MINOR- NCGS14-205.2(A)(2) PATRONIZE PROST PLACE MNTL DIS- NCGS14-205.2(A)(2) PATRONIZE PROSTITUTE ENGAGE-F- NCGS14-205.2(A)(1) PATRONIZE PROSTITUTE ENGAGE-F- NCGS14-205.2(A)(2) PATTERN GANG ACTIVITY- NCGS14-50.16(A)(1) PATTERN GANG ACTIVITY-LEADER- NCGS14-50.16(A)(1) PERJURY- NCGS14-209 PERMIT PLACE USED CHOP SHOP- NCGS14-72.7(A)(2) PERP HOAX NUC/BIO/CHEM WEAPON- NCGS14-288.24 POS/REC STOLEN PROP CONST SITE- NCGS14-72.6(A)(2) POS/SELL/BUY ALT GUN SERIAL NO- NCGS14-160.2(B) POSS 5+ COUNTERFEIT INSTRUMENT- NCGS14-119(B) POSS CS PRISON/JAIL PREMISES- NCGS90-95(E)(9) POSS PSEUDO/PRIOR METH CONV- NCGS90-95(D1)(1)C POSS STOLEN GOODS/PROP (F)- NCGS14-71.1 POSS/DIST PRECURSOR CHEMICAL- NCGS90-95(D1) POSS/DISTRIBUTE METH PRECURSOR- NCGS90-95(D1)(2) POSS/RCV STOLEN PROP CERT FEL- NCGS14-72(C) POSSESS HEROIN- NCGS90-95(D)(1) POSSESS MDPV-FELONY- NCGS90-95(A)(3) POSSESS MEPHEDRONE- NCGS90-95(A)(3) POSSESS METHAMPHETAMINE- NCGS90-95(A)(3) POSSESS STOLEN FIREARM- NCGS14-71.1 POSSESS STOLEN MOTOR VEHICLE- NCGS20-106 POSSESS WEAPON BY PRISONER (F)- NCGS14-258.2 POSSESS WEAPON MASS DESTRUCT- NCGS14-288.8 POSSESSION OF BURGLARY TOOLS- NCGS14-55 POSSESSION OF FIREARM BY FELON- NCGS14-415.1 POSSESSION OF FIREARM BY FELON- NCGS14-415.1 POSSESSION OF LSD- NCGS90-95(D)(1) POSSESSION OF MACHINE GUN (F)- NCGS14-409 PRACT MEDICINE W/ NON-NC LIC- NCGS90-18(A) PROM PROST CNFINE MNR/MNT DISA- NCGS14-205.3(B)(3) PROM PROST MNR/MNT DISA ADV- NCGS14-205.3(B)(1) PROM PROST MNR/MNT DISA PROF- NCGS14-205.3(B)(2) PROMOTE DRUG SALES BY A MINOR- NCGS90-95.6 PROMOTE PROST-ADVANCE PRIOR- NCGS14-205.3(A)(1) PROMOTE PROSTITUTION PRIOR CNV- NCGS14-205.3(B) PROMOTE PROSTITUTION-ADVANCE- NCGS14-205.3(C) PROMOTE PROSTITUTION-PROFITS- NCGS14-205.3(A)(2) PROMOTE PROST-PROFITS PRIOR- NCGS14-205.3(A)(2) PROVIDE CHILD CARE W/O LICENSE- NCGS110-99 PROVIDING DRUGS TO INMATE- NCGS14-258.1(A) PUBLIC ASSISTANCE FRAUD (F)- NCGS108A-39(B) PUBLIC ORDER-FREE TEXT- NCGS PUBLIC PEACE – FREE TEXT- NCGS PUR/SELL/ETC MV/PART ALT ID- NCGS14-72.7(A)(3) PURCH FIREARM VIOL DOM ORDER- NCGS14-269.8 PURCH/DISP/ETC MV/PART CHOP SH- NCGS14-72.7(A)(4) PWIMSD COCAINE- NCGS90-95(A)(1) PWIMSD HEROIN- NCGS90-95(A)(1) PWIMSD MARIJUANA- NCGS90-95(A)(1) PWIMSD MDA/MDMA- NCGS90-95(A)(1) PWIMSD MDA/MDMA- NCGS90-95(A)(1) PWIMSD MDPV- NCGS90-95(A)(1) PWIMSD MEPHEDRONE- NCGS90-95(A)(1) PWIMSD METHAMPHETAMINE- NCGS90-95(A)(1) PWIMSD SCH I CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) PWIMSD SCH II CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) PWIMSD SCH III CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) PWIMSD SCH IV CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) PWIMSD SCH V CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) PWIMSD SCH VI CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) PWIMSD SYNTH CANNABINOID- NCGS90-95(A)(1) PWISD COCAINE- NCGS90-95(A) PWISD COUNTERFEIT CS- NCGS90-95(A)(2) PWISD MARIJUANA- NCGS90-95(A) PWISD MDPV- NCGS90-95(A)(1) PWISD MEPHEDRONE- NCGS90-95(A)(1) PWISD SYNTH CANNABINOID- NCGS90-95(A)(1) RAPE OF A CHILD- NCGS14-27.2A(A) RECEIVE STOLEN GOODS/PROP (F)- NCGS14-71 RECEIVING BRIBES- NCGS14-217 RECONNECT UTILITY 2ND/SUB OFF- NCGS14-151(A)(9) RECONNECT UTILITY CAUSE DEATH- NCGS14-151(A)(9) RECONNECT UTILITY SIG PROP DAM- NCGS14-151(A)(9) REMOVE/TAMPER SEX OFFEN SBM- NCGS14-208.44(B) REPEAT FELONY DEATH BY VEHICLE- NCGS20-141.4(A6) RICO PERJURY- NCGS75D-7 ROBBERY – FREE TEXT- NCGS ROBBERY WITH DANGEROUS WEAPON- NCGS14-87 SAFECRACKING- NCGS14-89.1 SECOND DEG MURDER DIST DRUG- NCGS14-17(B)(1) SECOND DEG MURDER W/O REGARD- NCGS14-17(B)(1) SECOND DEG SEX EXPLOIT MINOR- NCGS14-190.17 SECOND DEG SEX EXPLOIT MINOR- NCGS14-190.17 SECOND DEGREE ARSON- NCGS14-58 SECOND DEGREE BURGLARY- NCGS14-51 SECOND DEGREE KIDNAPPING- NCGS14-39 SECOND DEGREE MURDER- NCGS14-17(B) SECOND DEGREE RAPE- NCGS14-27.3(A) SECOND DEGREE SEXUAL OFFENSE- NCGS14-27.5(A) SECONDARY METALS RECYC VIOL-F- NCGS66-419(A) SECURITIES FRAUD/VIOLATION- NCGS78A-8 SELL COCAINE- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL FALSE DRIVERS LIC/PERMIT- NCGS20-30(7) SELL HEROIN- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL LSD- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL MARIJUANA- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL MDPV- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL MEPHEDRONE- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL METHAMPHETAMINE- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL OR DELIV CS MINOR <=13- NCGS90-95(E)(5) SELL OR DELIV CS MINOR >13-<16- NCGS90-95(E)(5) SELL OR DELIVER COUNTERFEIT CS- NCGS90-95(A)(2) SELL SCH I CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL SCH II CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL SCH III CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL SCH IV CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL SCH V CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL SCH VI CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL SYNTH CANNABINOID- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL/DEL SYNTH CANNABINOID- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL/DELIVER COCAINE- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL/DELIVER HEROIN- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL/DELIVER LSD- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL/DELIVER MARIJUANA- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL/DELIVER MDPV- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL/DELIVER MEPHEDRONE- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL/DELIVER SCH I CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL/DELIVER SCH II CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL/DELIVER SCH III CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL/DELIVER SCH IV CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL/DELIVER SCH V CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL/DELIVER SCH VI CS- NCGS90-95(A)(1) SELL/GIVE HANDGUN TO MINOR- NCGS14-315(A1) SELL/GIVE HANDGUN TO MINOR- NCGS14-315(A1) SEX OFFENDER EMPLOYMENT VIOL- NCGS14-208.17(A) SEX OFFENDER RESIDENCE VIOL- NCGS14-208.16(A) SEX OFFENDER/CHILD PREMISES- NCGS14-208.18(A) SEX OFFENSE – FREE TEXT- NCGS SEX OFFENSE – PARENTAL ROLE- NCGS14-27.7(A) SEX OFFENSE INSTITUTION- NCGS14-27.7(A) SEX OFFENSE STUDENT (F)- NCGS14-27.7(B) SEX OFFN W/O CMV P/S ENDORSE- NCGS20-27.1 SEX OFFR USE SOCIAL WEBSITE- NCGS14-202.5(A) SEXUAL ASSAULT – FREE TEXT- NCGS SEXUAL OFFENSE WITH A CHILD- NCGS14-27.4A(A) SEXUAL SERVITUDE ADULT VICTIM- NCGS14-43.13(A) SEXUAL SERVITUDE ADULT VICTIM- NCGS14-43.13(A) SEXUAL SERVITUDE CHILD VICTIM- NCGS14-43.13(A) SHIP ALCOHOL FROM OUT STATE- NCGS18B-102.1 SHOOTING/THROWING AT TRAIN (F)- NCGS14-280 SIMULATION OF COURT PROCESSES- NCGS14-118.1 SLOT MACHINE AGREEMENT (F)- NCGS14-305 SOLICIT BY COMPUTER/ APPEAR- NCGS14-202.3(C)(2) SOLICIT CHILD BY COMPUTER- NCGS14-202.3(A) SOLICIT ELECT MONITOR DEV(F)- NCGS14-226.3(C) SOLICIT GANG ACTIVITY- NCGS14-50.17(A) SOLICIT GANG ACTIVITY-MINOR- NCGS14-50.18(A) SOLICIT PROSTITUTION 2ND/SUB- NCGS14-205.1 SOLICIT PROSTITUTION MINOR- NCGS14-205.1 SOLICIT PROSTITUTION MNTL DISA- NCGS14-205.1 SOLICIT/ACCEPT VALUE FAIL INSP- NCGS20-183.8(C)(4) SPECL ID FRAUD IN COMMIT FEL- NCGS20-37.8(B) STAT RAPE/SEX OFFN DEF >=6YR- NCGS14-27.7A(A) STAT RAPE/SEX OFFN DEF>4-<6YR- NCGS14-27.7A(B) SUBORNATION OF PERJURY- NCGS14-210 TAX FRAUD BY NON-PREPARER- NCGS105-236(A)(9A) TAX FRAUD BY PREPARER < $100K- NCGS105-236(A)(9A) TAX FRAUD BY PREPARER >= $100K- NCGS105-236(A)(9A) TAX REVENUE – FREE TEXT- NCGS THIRD DEG SEX EXPLOIT MINOR- NCGS14-190.17A THIRD DEG SEX EXPLOIT MINOR- NCGS14-190.17A THREAT DETER GANG WITHDRAWAL- NCGS14-50.19(A) THREAT PUNISH GANG WITHDRAWAL- NCGS14-50.20(A) THREATEN EXEC LEGL COURT OFFCR- NCGS14-16.7 THROWING ACID OR ALKALI- NCGS14-30.1 TRAFFIC OFFENSE-FREE TEXT- NCGS TRAFFIC SYNTH CANNABINOID- NCGS90-95(H)(1A) TRAFFICK IN AMPHETAMINE- NCGS90-95(H)(3C) TRAFFICK IN METHAMPHETAMINE- NCGS90-95(H)(3B) TRAFFICKING- NCGSOPIUM OR HEROIN TRAFFICKING IN COCAINE- NCGS90-95(H)(3) TRAFFICKING IN LSD- NCGS90-95(H)(4A) TRAFFICKING IN MARIJUANA- NCGS90-95(H)(1) TRAFFICKING IN MDA/MDMA- NCGS90-95(H)(4B) TRAFFICKING IN METHAQUALONE- NCGS90-95(H)(2) TRAFFICKING MDPV- NCGS90-95(H)(3D) TRAFFICKING MEPHEDRONE- NCGS90-95(H)(3E) TRAFFICKING STOLEN IDENTITIES- NCGS14-113.20A TRESPASS DURING EMERGENCY (F)- NCGS14-288.6(B) UNLAWFUL OBTAINING CREDIT CARD- NCGS14-113.13 UNLAWFUL TRANSP/POSS COPPER-F- NCGS66-419(B) UNLAWFUL USE NUC/BIO/CHEM WEAP- NCGS14-288.22 USE EXPLOSIVE DEVICE CHURCH- NCGS14-49(B1) UTTERING COUNTERFEIT COIN- NCGS14-13 UTTERING FORGED ENDORSEMENT- NCGS14-120 UTTERING FORGED INSTRUMENT- NCGS14-120 VIOLENT HABITUAL FELON- NCGS14-7.7 VOL MANSLAUGHTER UNBORN CHILD- NCGS14-23.3(A) VOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER- NCGS14-18 VOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER- NCGS14-18 WEAPON OFFENSE – FREE TEXT- NCGS WILDLIFE – FREE TEXT- NCGS WILLFUL INJURY RAILROAD PROP- NCGS14-278
ADDITIONAL LIGHTING EQUIP VIOL- NCGS20-129.1 BOAT SAFETY EDUCATION VIOL- NCGS75A-16.2 BOATING W/O REQ LIGHTS/EQUIP- NCGS75A-6 BRAKE/STOP LIGHT EQUIP VIOL- NCGS20-129(G) CENTER LANE VIOLATION- NCGS20-146(D)(2) CERTAIN CMV STOP RR CROSSING- NCGS20-142.3(A) CERTIFICATE OF RELIEF- NCGS15A-173.2 CHILD BICYCLE SAFETY VIOLATION- NCGS20-171.9 CHILD NOT IN REAR SEAT- NCGS20-137.1(A1) CITY/TOWN VIOLATION (I)- NCGSLOCAL ORDINANC CMV LANE VIO INTERSTATE/CA HWY- NCGS20-140.3(3) CONCEAL HANDGUN PERMIT VIOL(I)- NCGS14-415.21(A) COVER REG STICKER/PLATE- NCGS20-63(G) CRIMINAL USE OF LASER DEVICE- NCGS14-34.8 DESIGNATED LANE VIOLATION- NCGS20-146(D)(3) DIRECTIONAL SIGNALS EQUIP VIOL- NCGS20-125.1 DRIVE LEFT OF CENTER- NCGS20-146(A) DRIVE LEFT OF CENTER-PASS RGHT- NCGS20-148 DRIVE OVER FIRE HOSE OR EQUIP- NCGS20-157(D) DRIVE WITHOUT TWO HEADLAMPS- NCGS20-129(B) DRIVE WRONG WAY-ONE WAY ST/RD- NCGS20-165.1 DRIVE WRONG WAY-ONE WAY LOCAL- NCGS20-169 DRIVE WRONG WAY-ONE WAY DOT- NCGS20-165.1 DRIVE WRONG WAY ON DUAL LANE- NCGS20-146(C) DRIVER<18 USE CELL PHONE IN MV- NCGS20-137.3(B) EXCEEDING NO WAKE SPEED(I)- NCGS75A-15 EXCEEDING POSTED SPEED- NCGS20-141(B) EXCEEDING SAFE SPEED- NCGS20-141(A) EXPIRED OPERATORS LICENSE- NCGS20-7(F) EXPIRED/NO INSPECTION- NCGS20-183.8(A)(1) FAIL CARRY REGISTRATION CARD- NCGS20-57(C) FAIL CARRY VALID DRIVERS LIC- NCGS20-7(A) FAIL MAINTAIN LANE CONTROL- NCGS20-146(D)(1) FAIL PEDESTRIAN RIGHT OF WAY- NCGS20-173 FAIL REMOVE CRASH FROM ROAD- NCGS20-166(C2) FAIL SIGN REGISTRATION CARD- NCGS20-57(C) FAIL STOP STOPSIGN/FLSH RED LT- NCGS20-158(B)(1)(3) FAIL TO BURN HEADLAMPS- NCGS20-129(A) FAIL TO DIM HEADLAMPS- NCGS20-181 FAIL TO NOTIFY DMV ADDR CHANGE- NCGS20-7.1 FAIL TO OBEY RR SIGNAL- NCGS20-142.1 FAIL TO OBEY RR SIGNAL CMV- NCGS20-142.1 FAIL TO SECURE PASSEN UNDER 16- NCGS20-137.1 FAIL TO STOP-STEADY RED LIGHT- NCGS20-158(B)(2) FAIL TO WEAR SEAT BELT-DRIVER- NCGS20-135.2A FAIL TO YIELD EMERG VEH NO ACC- NCGS20-156(B) FAIL TO YIELD FROM PRIVATE DRV- NCGS20-156(A) FAIL TO YIELD LEFT TURN- NCGS20-155(B) FAIL TO YIELD SERIOUS INJURY- NCGS20-160.1(A) FAIL TO YIELD TO PEDESTRIAN- NCGS20-155(C) FAIL TO YIELD TO PEDESTRIAN- NCGS20-158(B)(2)B FAIL WEAR SEAT BELT-FRONT SEAT- NCGS20-135.2A FAIL WEAR SEAT BELT-REAR SEAT- NCGS20-135.2A(E) FAIL YLD STOPSIGN/FLSH RED LGT- NCGS20-158(B)(1)(3) FAILURE TO DIM LIGHTS MEET VEH- NCGS20-131(A) FAILURE TO REDUCE SPEED- NCGS20-141(M) FAILURE TO WEAR HUNTER ORANGE- NCGS113-291.8(A) FAILURE TO YIELD- NCGS20-155(A) FAILURE TO YIELD – YIELD SIGN- NCGS20-158.1 FEDERAL SAFETY INSPECT VIOL- NCGS20-384 FISHING WITHOUT A LICENSE-NR- NCGS113-270.1B(A) FISHING WITHOUT A LICENSE- NCGS113-270.1B(A) FLAG LIGHT END OF LOAD VIOL- NCGS20-117 FOLLOW/PK NEAR FIRE TRK-RURAL- NCGS20-157(C) FOLLOW/PK NEAR FIRE TRK-CITY- NCGS20-157(B) FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY- NCGS20-152(A) HANDICAPPED PARKING VIOLATION- NCGS20-37.6(E) HEAVY EQUIP RR CROSS CMV VIOL- NCGS20-142.4 HEAVY EQUIP RR CROSSING VIOL- NCGS20-142.4 HIGHWAY RR CROSSING CMV VIOL- NCGS20-142.2 HIGHWAY RR CROSSING VIOLATION- NCGS20-142.2 HORN AND WARNING DEVICE VIO- NCGS20-125 HOV LANE VIOLATION- NCGS20-146.2(A) ILLEGAL PARKING- NCGS20-162.1 ILLEGAL RIGHT TURN ON RED- NCGS20-158(B)(2)(A) IMPEDE TRAFFIC BY SLOW SPEED- NCGS20-141(H) IMPROPER BACKING- NCGS20-154(A) IMPROPER BRAKES- NCGS20-124 IMPROPER EQUIP – SPEEDOMETER- NCGS20-123.2 IMPROPER LOADING/COVERING VEH- NCGS20-116(G) IMPROPER MUFFLER- NCGS20-128 IMPROPER PASS RETURN RIGHT- NCGS20-149(A) IMPROPER PASS TOO CLOSE LEFT- NCGS20-149(A) IMPROPER PASSING- NCGS20-150 IMPROPER PASSING ON RIGHT- NCGS20-150.1 IMPROPER STEERING MECHANISM- NCGS20-123.1 IMPROPER TOWING- NCGS20-123 IMPROPER TURN- NCGS20-153 IMPROPER USE DEALER PLATES- NCGS20-79(E)(1) IMPROPER USE OF TRAFFIC LANE- NCGS20-153(C) IMPROPER VEHICLE INSPECTION- NCGS20-183.8(A) INFRACTION – FREE TEXT- NCGS LANE CHANGE SIGNAL VIOLATION- NCGS20-146(D)(4) LEAVE VEH UNATTENDED/UNSECURE- NCGS20-163 LIC/PERMIT SEAT BELT VIOL <18- NCGS20-11(L) LIC/PERMIT SEATING VIOL <18- NCGS20-11(L) LIC/PRMT VIOL OTH RSTRCTN <18- NCGS20-11(L) LICENSE PLATE FRAME/COVER VIOL- NCGS20-63(G) LOCAL ORDINANCE(I)-FREE TEXT- NCGS LOCATION OF TV IN VEHICLE- NCGS20-136.1 LOW-SPEED VEHICLE VIOLATION- NCGS20-121.1 MIRROR VIOLATION- NCGS20-126 MOTORCYCLE FAIL BURN HEADLAMP- NCGS20-129(C) MOTORCYCLE FAIL BURN TAILLIGHT- NCGS20-129(D) MOTORCYCLE/MOPED HELMET PSGR- NCGS20-140.4(A) MOTORVESSEL FIRE EXTINGUSH VIO- NCGS75A-6 MOTORVESSEL NUMBERING OFFENSES- NCGS75A-4 MOTORVESSEL W/O LIFESAVING DEV- NCGS75A-6 NO HEADLIGHTS ON WIPERS ON- NCGS20-129(A)(4) NO LIGHTS ON PARKED VEHICLE- NCGS20-134 NO SIGN FOR TOBACCO SALES < 18- NCGS14-313(B) NO SMOKING VIOL-RESTAURANT/BAR- NCGS130A-497(B) NO SMOKING VIOL-LOCAL ORD- NCGS130A-498(C1) OPER MOTORVESSEL INVALID NUM- NCGS75A-4 OVER LOAD SIZE/LENGTH/ VEHICLE- NCGS20-116 OVERLOADED/OVERCROWDED VEHICLE- NCGS20-140.2 OVERTAKEN VEH INC SPEED(I)- NCGS20-149(B)(3) OVERTIME PARKING- NCGS20-162.1 PARK FIRE HYD/STATION/PRIV DR- NCGS20-162 PARK IN BOAT ACCESS AREA VIOL- NCGS113-135.1(A)(2) PARKING VIOLATION- NCGSLOCAL ORDINANC PASS/COMM MV RR CROSSING VIOL- NCGS20-142.3(A) PASSENGER RESTRICTION LEVEL 2- NCGS20-11(L) PERS CRFT TIME/SPEED/FLOAT/TOW- NCGS75A-13.3 PERS WTRCRFT AGE/INSTRUCTION- NCGS75A-13.3 POSS OPN CNT/CONS ALC PSG AREA- NCGS20-138.7(A1) POSSESS ALCOHOL IN CMV- NCGS20-138.2C REAR LAMPS VIOLATION- NCGS20-129(D) RECREATIONAL FISH W/O LICENSE- NCGS113-174.1(A) REG CARD ADDRESS CHANGE VIO- NCGS20-67(A) SAFETY ZONE/SIDEWALKS VIOL- NCGS20-160 SOLICITING FROM HIGHWAY- NCGS20-175 SPEED IN EXCESS OF 25 MPH- NCGS20-141 SPEED IN EXCESS OF 35 MPH- NCGS20-141 SPEED IN EXCESS OF 45 MPH- NCGS20-141 SPEED IN EXCESS OF 55 MPH- NCGS20-141 SPEED IN EXCESS OF 65 MPH- NCGS20-141 SPEED LESS THAN POSTED MINIMUM- NCGS20-141 SPEED ON SCHOOL PROPERTY ORD- NCGS20-141(E1) SPEED WORK ZN >80 OR>15 OVER- NCGS20-141(J2) SPEED WORK ZN<80 AND <=15 OVER- NCGS20-141(J2) SPEEDING- NCGS20-141(B) SPEEDING IN SCHOOL ZONE- NCGS20-141.1 SPINNING TIRES- NCGSLOCAL ORDINANC STOP WHERE TRAF OBSTRUCTED CMV- NCGS20-142.5 STOP WHERE TRAFFIC OBSTRUCTED- NCGS20-142.5 STOP/LEAVE STAND MV INTER/CAH- NCGS20-140.3(5) TEXTING/EMAIL VIOL CMV- NCGS20-137.4A(A1) TEXTING/EMAIL VIOL MOTOR VEH- NCGS20-137.4A(A) TIRE RESTRICTIONS EQUIP VIOL- NCGS20-122 TOW WATER SKI W/O LIFE/MIRROR- NCGS75A-13(A) TOW WATER SKI W/O OBSERVER(I)- NCGS75A-13(A) TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE VIOL- NCGS20-158 TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE VIOL- NCGSLOCAL ORDINANC TRAFFIC INFRACTION – FREE TEXT- NCGS20 TRANSPORT CHILD OPEN CARGO BED- NCGS20-135.2B TWIN TRAILER NON-DESIGNATE RTE- NCGS20-116(E) TWIN/SEMI TRAILER VIOL(I)- NCGS20-115.1 UNINTENTIONAL LITTER <= 15 LB- NCGS14-399(C1) UNINTENTIONAL LITTER > 500 LB- NCGS14-399(E1) UNINTENTIONAL LITTER 15-500 LB- NCGS14-399(D1) UNLAWFUL USE OF HIGHWAYS- NCGS20-140.3 UNLAWFULLY PASS EM/PUB SV VEH- NCGS20-157(F) UNSAFE LANE CHANGE- NCGS20-146(D)(1) UNSAFE MOVE MC CHNG/LV LANES- NCGS20-154(A) UNSAFE MOVE MC CRASH DMGE/INJ- NCGS20-154(A) UNSAFE MOVE MC CRASH SBINJ- NCGS20-154(A2) UNSAFE MOVE MC CRASH>5- NCGS000 UNSAFE MOVEMENT- NCGS20-154 UNSAFE PASSING CREST OR CURVE- NCGS20-150(B) UNSAFE PASSING ONCOMING TRAF- NCGS20-150(A) UNSAFE PASSING RR OR INTERSECT- NCGS20-150(C) UNSAFE PASSING YELLOW LINE- NCGS20-150(E) UNSAFE TIRES- NCGS20-122.1 VEH TOW OTH VEH KEEP RGHT- NCGS20-147.1 VEHICLE HEIGHT VIOLATION- NCGS20-116(C) WHITE LIGHT REAR-DRIVE FORWARD- NCGS20-130.3 WINDSHIELD WIPER EQUIP VIOL- NCGS20-127(A) WRONG WAY ON DUAL LANE HIGHWAY- NCGS20-140.3(3)