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                                                          Crime
Penalties (misrepresentation concerning payment).
Penalties (attempt to evade or defeat tax). (Was Class I - Effective 12/1/98)
Penalties (income tax return preparer aids or assists in filing fraudulent returns and amount is $100,000 or more). (Effective 12
Penalties (income tax return preparer aids or assists in filing fraudulent returns and amount is less than $100,000).
Penalties (aid or assist in filing fraudulent returns). (Was Class I - Effective 12/1/98)
Denial, revocation, and suspension of license; penalties for violations.
Sale of tubercular animal a felony.
Damaging dipping vats a felony.
Issuance of false receipt a felony; punishment.
Inspection of establishment; bribery of or malfeasance of inspector.
Propagation and production of American alligators (possession of untagged/undocumented alligator).
Fraudulent misrepresentation (AFDC in amount of more than $400.00).
Illegal purchase or sale of food stamps.
Illegal use or transfer of food stamps (value equals or exceeds $1000).
Illegal use or transfer of food stamps (value is at least $500 but less than $1,000).
Fraudulent misrepresentation (Food Stamp Program in amount more than $400.00).
Protection of patient property (Medical Assistance Program; willfull embezzle, convert, appropriate).
Medical assistance provider fraud.
Medical assistance recipient fraud (value of assistance is more than $400).
Fraudulent misrepresentation (Health Insurance Program for Children).
Notary taking acknowledgment or performing verification knowing it is false or fraudulent.
Fraudulent misrepresentation (value of child care subsidy is more than $1,000).
Taking polluted shellfish at night or with prior conviction forbidden; penalty.
Bribing of legislators.
Criminal violation of Article 9 (transporting hazardous waste to a facility which does not have a permit).
Criminal violation of Article 9 (handling hazardous waste without required documents).
Criminal Violation of Article 9 (Hazardous waste).
Violations of Article 4 (Vital Records Law).
Certain vaccine diversions made felony.
Government contracts; violations of G.S. 75-1 and 75-2.
Conviction; punishment (violation of 133-24).
Perjury; punishment (Public works).
Malfeasance of officers and employees of Department of Transportation, members of Board of Transportation, contractors, and
Falsifying highway inspection reports.
Members not eligible for other employment with Department; no sales to Department by employees; members not to sell or trad
Members not eligible for other employment with Department; no sales to Department by employees; members not to sell or trad
Members not eligible for other employment with Department; no sales to department by employees; members not to sell or trad
Members not eligible for other employment with Department; no sales to Department by employees; members not to sell or trad
Obtaining property by false pretenses. (Amount involved $100,000 or more- Effective 12/1/97)
Obtaining property by false pretenses. (Amount involved less than $100,000 - Effective 12/1/97)
Obtaining signatures by false pretenses.
Worthless checks (amount more than $2,000).
Activities aimed at overthrow of government; Use of public buildings (second offense).
Exploitation of elder adult or disabled adult(<$100K)
Exploitation of elder adult or disabled adult ($20 - $100K)
Exploitation of elder adult or disabled adult(>$20K)
Exploitation of elder adult or disabled adult <$100K
Exploitation of elder adult or disabled adult $20K - $100K
Exploitation of elder adult or disabled adult >$20K
Forgery of financial transaction card.
Financial transaction card fraud, value over $500.
Criminal possession of financial transaction card forgery devices.
Criminal receipt of goods and services fraudulently obtained worth more than $500.00.
Criminal factoring of financial transaction card records.
Punishments under article
Financial identity fraud (victim suffers arrest, detention, or conviction, or person is in possession of identifying information of thr
Financial identity fraud. (Was Class H - Effective 12/1/02)
Trafficking in stolen identities.
Prohibition of Falsely selling or obtaining telephone records
Making, distributing, possessing, transferring, or programming device for theft of telecommunication service (5 or more devices
Financial transaction card theft.
Extortion.
Residential Mortgage Fraud
Forgery of notes, checks, and other securities; counterfeiting of instruments.
Forgery of notes, checks, and other securities; counterfeiting of instruments (five or more instruments).
Certain subversive activities made unlawful.
Placing burning/flaming cross on property of another or on public street or highway.
Placing exhibit with intention of intimidating, etc., another.
Placing exhibit while wearing mask, hood, or other disguise.
Uttering forged paper or instrument containing a forged endorsement.
Selling of certain forged securities.
Forgery of deeds, wills, and certain other instruments.
Forging names to petitions and uttering forged petitions.
Forging certificate of corporate stock and uttering forged certificates.
Forgery of bank notes and other instruments by connecting genuine parts.
Counterfeiting coin and uttering coin that is counterfeit.
Domestic criminal trespass (on property operated as a safe house or haven for victims of domestic violence and the person is a
Intentionally setting fire to grass and brushlands and woodlands.
Possessing tools for counterfeiting.
Burning or otherwise destroying crops in the field, damage over $2,000.
Injury to Churches, fences and walls
Desecrate Grave (Damage more than $1000.00)
Desecrating, plowing over or covering up graves.
Injury to wires & fixtures of telephone,utilities,etc
Contaminating a public water system.
Interference with animal research (if the animal released has an infectious disease).
Assault on executive, legislative, or court officer. (Court officer - Effective 12/1/99)
Assault with a deadly weapon on executive, legislative, or court officer.
Assault inflicting serious bodily injury on executive, legislative, or court officer.
Threats against executive, legislative, or court officers. (Court officer - Effective 12/1/99)
Threats against executive, legislative, or court officers by mail. (Court officer - Effective 12/1/99)
Poisoning livestock.
Assaulting Law enforcement animal (Killing animal)
Assaulting a law enforcement agency animal or an assistance animal (causing serious physical harm).
Failure to return hired property(value <$4,000 or Motor vehicle)
Conversion by bailee, lessee, tenant, or attorney-in-fact for more than $400.00.
Murder in the 1st degree.
Murder in the 2nd degree.
Crime against nature.
Incest.
Incest (child is under 13 and person is at least 12 and at least four years older than child; child is 13, 14, or 15 and person is at
Incest (child is 13, 14, or 15 and person is more than four but less than six years older than the child).
Voluntary manslaughter. (Was Class E - Effective 12/1/97)
Involuntary manslaughter.
Injury to pregnant woman (while committing a felony).
Bigamy.
Obscene literature and exhibitions.
1st degree sexual exploitation of a minor.
2nd degree sexual exploitation of a minor.
3rd degree sexual exploitation of a minor.
Promoting prostitution of a minor.
Participating in prostitution of a minor.
Employing or permitting minor to assist in obscenity offense.
Dissemination to minors under the age of 16 years.
Dissemination to minors under the age of 13 years.
Indecent Exposure to Minor
Secretly peeping into room occupied by another (creating photo)
Secretly peeping into room occupied by another ( under clothes)
Secretly peeping into room occupied by another (installing device)
Secretly peeping into room occupied by another (Possession of photo made)
Secretly peeping into room occupied by another ( Dissemination of photo)
Secretly peeping into room occupied by another (2nd or subsequent offense)
Taking indecent liberties with children.
Solicitation of a child by computer to commit an unlawful sex act.
Solicitation of a child on computer (& shows up at location)
Taking indecent liberties with a student (at least 4 years older than the victim).
Sex Offender Banned from Social net working sites
Failure to register; falsification of verification notice; failure to return verification form; order for arrest - Sex Offender Registratio
Duty to report non-compliance
Residential Restrictions on Sex offenders
Sex Offender prohibited work
Sex offender unlawfully on premis
Sex offender satellite monitoring (fail to enroll)
Sex offender satellite monitoring (Tampering with device)
Perjury.
Subornation of perjury.
Perjury before legislative committees.
Bribery of officials.
Offering bribes.
Bribery of jurors.
Breaking or entering jails with intent to injure prisoners.
Altering, destroying, or stealing evidence of criminal conduct.
Altering court documents or entering unauthorized judgments.
Harassment of and communication with jurors.
Harassment of and communication with jurors.
Intimidating or interfering with witnesses.
Buying and selling offices.
Making of false report by bank examiners; Accepting bribes.
Failure of certain railroad officers to account with successors.
Malfeasance of corporation officers and agents.
Prison breach and escape from county or municipal confinement facilities or officers (by convicted felons). (Was Class I - Effec
Escape from private correctional facility.
Conveying messages and weapons to or trading with convicts and other prisoners resulting in murder, assault or escape.
Conveying messages and weapons to or trading with convicts and other prisoners.
Furnishing poison, controlled substances, deadly weapons, cartridges, ammunition or alcoholic beverages to inmates of charita
Possession of dangerous weapon in prison resulting in bodily injury or escape.
Possession of dangerous weapon in prison.
Assisting a prisoner in attempting to escape and committing an assault resulting in bodily injury or effecting the escape.
Taking of hostage, etc., by prisoner.
Malicious conduct by prisoner.
Harboring or aiding certain persons charged or convicted of a felony.
Carrying concealed weapons (pistol or gun) (second or subsequent offense).
Possess firearm on educational property or to a curricular or extracurricular activity sponsored by a school. (curricular/extracurr
Possess explosive on educational property. (Was Class I - Effective 12/1/99)
Aid minor to possess firearm on educational property or to a curricular or extracurricular activity sponsored by a school. (curricu
Aid minor to possess explosive on educational property. (Was Class I - Effective 12/1/99)
Purchase of firearms by person subject to domestic violence order prohibited.
1st degree rape.
Rape of Child; Adult Offender
2nd degree rape.
1st degree sexual offense.
Sexual Offense w/ Child; Adult Offender
2nd degree sexual offense.
Intercourse and sexual offense with certain victims (Parent, Custodian).
Intercourse and sexual offenses with certain victims; consent no defense (teacher, etc., who is at least 4 years older than the vi
Statutory rape or sexual offense of person who is 13, 14, or 15 years old (defendant is at least six years older than victim).
Statutory rape or sexual offense of person who is 13, 14, or 15 years old (defendant is more than four but less than six years ol
Stalking (second or subsequent offense). (Was Class I felony - Effective 3/1/02)
Stalking (when there is a court order in effect). (Was Class A1 misdemeanor - Effective 3/1/02)
Obstruction of health care facilities (third conviction within three years).
Making false report concerning mass violence on Educational Property
Impersonation of a law-enforcement or other public officer.
Impersonation of a law-enforcement or other public officer.
Willful injury to property of railroads.
Malicious castration.
Shooting or throwing at trains or passengers.
Use of Laser device towards aircraft
Displaying false lights on seashore.
Dumping of toxic substances.
Riot (property damage greater than $1500 or serious bodily injury).
Inciting to riot (property damage greater than $1500 or serious bodily injury).
Training on certain weapons for use in a civil disorder.
Unlawful manufacture, assembly, possession, storage, transportation, sale, purchase, delivery, or acquisition of a nuclear, biolo
Unlawful use of a nuclear, biological, or chemical weapon of mass destruction; punishment (injures another).
Unlawful use of a nuclear, biological, or chemical weapon of mass destruction; punishment (attempts, solicits, conspires to inju
Unlawful use of a nuclear, biological, or chemical weapon of mass destruction; punishment (deposits for delivery).
Making a false report concerning a nuclear, biological, or chemical weapon of mass destruction; punishment; restitution.
Perpetrating hoax by use of false nuclear, biological, or chemical weapon of mass destruction; punishment; restitution.
Disorderly Conduct (3rd offense)
Looting.
Manufacture, assembly, possession, storage, transportation, sale, purchase, delivery, or acquisition of weapon of mass death a
Assault on emergency personnel with a dangerous weapon or substance.
Castration or other maiming without malice aforethought.
Pyramid and chain schemes prohibited. (Was Class 2 misdemeanor - Effective 12/1/97)
Unclassified misdemeanor which is infamous, done in secrecy and malice, or with deceit and intent to defraud.
Class 1 misdemeanor offense committed because of the victim's race, color, religion, nationality, or country of origin.
Malicious maiming.
Malicious throwing of corrosive acid or alkali.
Beach bingo (with a prize of $50.00 or greater).
Bingo.
Violation made criminal (video gaming machines - third offense).
Violation made criminal (video gaming machines - second offense).
Violation made criminal (violation of G.S. 14-306.1, five or more machines).
Violation made criminal (violation of 14-306.3(b))
Maliciously assaulting in a secret manner.
Selling or giving weapons to minors. (Was Class I - Effective 1/1/97)
Child abuse inflicting serious injury.
Child abuse - prostitution.
Child abuse - sexual act.
Child abuse inflicting serious bodily injury. (Effective 12/1/99)
Child Abuse Willful act / gross negligence
Child Abuse (Serious physical injury)
Aggravated assault/assault and battery on handicapped person.
Patient abuse and neglect, intentional conduct proximately causes death.
Patient abuse and neglect, culpably negligent conduct proximately causes death.
Patient abuse and neglect, conduct proximately causes serious bodily injury.
Domestic abuse, neglect, and exploitation of disabled or elder adults (abuse results in serious injury).
Domestic abuse, neglect, and exploitation of disabled or elder adults.
Domestic abuse, neglect, and exploitation of disabled or elder adults.
Domestic abuse, neglect, and exploitation of disabled or elder adults.
Domestic abuse, neglect, and exploitation of disabled or elder adults.
Assault inflicting serious bodily injury. (Effective 1/1/97)
Assault with deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury.
Assault with deadly weapon inflicting serious injury.
Assault with deadly weapon with intent to kill.
Transporting child outside the state with intent to violate custody order.
Abandonment of child or children for six months.
Manufacturing, trafficking in, transporting, or possessing poisonous alcoholic beverages.
Manufacturing, trafficking in, transporting, or possessing poisonous alcoholic beverages.
Habitual misdemeanor assault.
Discharging certain barreled weapons or a firearm into occupied property.
Discharging firearm in to occupied property while in operation
Discharging firearm into occupied property Inflicting Serious injury
Assault with a firearm or other deadly weapon upon governmental officers or employees, company police officers, or campus p
Adulterated or misbranded food, drugs, etc.; intent to cause serious injury or death.
Adulterated or misbranded food, drugs, etc.; intent to extort.
Assault with a firearm on a law enforcement officer.
Assault or affray on an emergency medical technician, ambulance attendant, emergency department nurse, or emergency dep
Assault or affray with a firearm on an emergency medical technician, ambulance attendant, emergency department nurse, or em
Assault inflicting serious injury on a law enforcement, etc., officer.
Discharge firearm w/in an enclosure (Street gang activity)
Cruelty to animals (maliciously torturing).
Cockfighting
Animal fights, other than cock fights, and animal baiting (second offense).
Dog fighting and baiting.
Altering the brands of and misbranding another's livestock (Larceny).
Bribery of players, managers, coaches, referees, umpires, or officials.
Acceptance of bribes by players, managers, coaches, referees, umpires, or officials.
Intentional losing of athletic contest or limiting margin of victory or defeat.
Kidnapping in the 1st degree.
Kidnapping in the 2nd degree.
Theft or destruction of property of public libraries, museums, etc. worth more than $50.
Littering in an amount exceeding 500 pounds or 100 cubic feet for commercial purposes.
Distribution of certain food at Halloween and all other times prohibited (limited to mild physical discomfort without any lasting ef
Distribution of certain food at Halloween and all other times prohibited (greater than mild physical discomfort without any lasting
Distribution of certain food at Halloween and all other times prohibited (any controlled substance).
Distribution of certain food at Halloween and all other times prohibited (poisonous chemical/foreign substance).
Telephone sales recovery services (if any money/other consideration is collected).
Contaminate food or drink to render one mentally incapacitated or physically helpless with the intent to commit second degree r
Contaminate food or drink to render one mentally incapacitated or physically helpless.
Contaminate food or drink to render one mentally incapacitated or physically helpless with the intent to commit second degree r
Contaminate food or drink to render one mentally incapacitated or physically helpless (unlawful to manufacture controlled subst
Defraud drug and alcohol screening tests; penalty (second offense).
Practicing “Rebirthing Technique” (2nd offense
Concealment of Death
Machine guns and other like weapons.
Abduction of children.
Possession of firearms, etc., by felon prohibited.
Possession of a firearm or weapon of mass destruction by persons acquitted of certain crimes by reason of insanity or persons
Human Trafficking (of Adult)
Human Trafficking (of Child)
Involuntary servitude.
Involuntary Servitude of a minor
Sexual Servitude
Sexual Servitude of Minor
Felonious restraint.
Recording of live concerts or recorded sounds and distribution, etc., of such recordings unlawful in certain circumstances (at le
Retailing, etc., of certain recorded devices unlawful (1000 unauth. sound recordings/100 unauth. audio visual recordings; secon
Recorded devices to show true name and address of manufacturer (1000 unauth. sound recordings/100 unauth. audio visual re
Using drugs or instruments to destroy unborn child.
Using drugs or instruments to produce miscarriage or injure pregnant woman.
Accessing government computers.
Accessing government computers.
Accessing computers.
Damaging computers, computer systems, computer networks, and resources.
Damaging computers, computer programs, computer systems, computer networks, and resources.
Denial of government computer services to an authorized user.
Extortion (maliciously threatens to commit an act described in G.S. 14-455).
Computer trespass; penalty (damage valued at $2,500 or more).
Concealing birth of child.
Malicious damage of occupied property by use of explosive or incendiary.
Malicious use of explosive or incendiary.
Malicious use of explosive or incendiary.
Malicious use of explosive or incendiary. (Effective 6/21/96)
Pattern of Criminal Street Gang Activity
Pattern of Criminal Street Gang activity (organizer)
Soliciting encourage participation in Street gang (over 16)
Soliciting encourage street gang participation (under 16)
Encourage minor in street gang
Threat to deter withdrawal from Street Gang
Threat to punish or retaliate from withdrawal street gang
Enhanced Offense Criminal Street Gang Activity
Burglary in the 1st degree.
Burglary in the 2nd degree.
Breaking out of dwelling house burglary.
Breaking or entering buildings.
Breaking or entering place of religious worship
Preparation to commit burglary or other housebreakings.
Breaking or entering into/out of railroad cars, motor vehicles, trailers, etc.
Breaking into or forcibly opening coin- or currency-operated machines.
Breaking into paper currency machines.
Preparation to commit B&E of Motor Vehicle
Burglary with explosives.
Arson in the 1st degree.
Arson in the 2nd degree.
Burning of mobile home, manufactured-type house or recreational trailer home.
Burning of certain public buildings.
Burning of schoolhouses or buildings of educational institutions.
Burning of certain bridges and buildings.
Burning of certain buildings.
Burning of building or structure in process of construction.
Burning of churches and certain other religious buildings. (Effective 6/21/96)
Burning of boats and barges.
Burning of ginhouses and tobacco houses.
Fraudulently setting fire to dwelling houses.
Burning of personal property.
Burning other buildings.
Making a false report concerning destructive device. (Was Class 1 misdemeanor - Effective 12/1/97)
Making a false report concerning destructive device.
Making a false report concerning destructive device in a public building (second conviction within five years). (Effective 9/1/99)
Making a false report concerning destructive device in a public building.
Perpetrating hoax by use of false bomb or other device. (Was Class 1 misdemeanor - Effective 12/1/97)
Perpetrating hoax by use of false bomb or other device.
Perpetrating hoax by use of false bomb or other device in a public building (second conviction within five years). (Effective 9/1/9
Perpetrating hoax by use of false bomb or other device in a public building.
Arson or other unlawful burning Injury to Firefighter EMT
Continuing criminal enterprise.
Sentencing of habitual felons.
Receiving Stolen goods
Possessing stolen goods.
Larceny of property worth more than $1,000.
Receiving stolen goods (G.S. 14-71) or possessing stolen goods (G.S. 14-71.1) worth more than $1,000.
Concealment of merchandise in mercantile establishments.
Unauthorized use of an aircraft.
Larceny from permitted construction site
Chop Shop Activity
Larceny from Merchant (organized activity) (fire exit door/ remove anti theft device/ false UPC / Infant formula)
Larceny from the person; receiving or possessing stolen goods from the person.
Larceny pursuant to burglary, breaking or entering, or burglary with explosives; receiving or possessing stolen goods pursuant t
Larceny of explosive or incendiary device or substance; receiving or possessing stolen explosive or incendiary device or substa
Larceny of firearm; receiving or possessing stolen firearm.
Larceny of record or paper in the custody of the N.C. State Archives; receiving or possessing stolen record or paper.
Larceny by servants and other employees. (Amount involved $100,000 or more - Effective 12/1/97)
Larceny by servants and other employees. (Amount involved less than $100,000 - Effective 12/1/97)
Larceny of chose in action.
Larceny of secret technical processes.
Larceny of ungathered crops.
Larceny of ginseng.
Larceny of pine straw.
Rebellion against the state.
Larceny of horses, mules, swine, or cattle.
Larceny of dogs.
Fixtures Subject to larceny
Pursuing livestock with intent to steal.
Organized Retail Theft
Robbery with firearms or other dangerous weapons.
Common law robbery.
Train robbery.
Safecracking.
Embezzlement of property received by virtue of office or employment. (Amount involved $100,000 or more - Effective 12/1/97)
Embezzlement of property received by virtue of office or employment. (Amount involved less than $100,000 - Effective 12/1/97)
Embezzlement of State property by public officers and employees. (Amount involved $100,000 or more - Effective 12/1/97)
Embezzlement of state property by public officers and employees. (Amount involved less than $100,000 - Effective 12/1/97)
Embezzlement of funds by public officers and trustees. (Amount involved $100,000 or more - Effective 12/1/97)
Embezzlement of funds by public officers and trustees. (Amount involved less than $100,000 - Effective 12/1/97)
Embezzlement by treasurers of charitable and religious organizations. (Amount involved $100,000 or more - Effective 12/1/97)
Embezzlement by treasurers of charitable and religious organizations. (Amount involved less than $100,000 - Effective 12/1/97
Embezzlement by officers of railroad companies. (Amount involved $100,000 or more - Effective 12/1/97)
Embezzlement by officers of railroad companies. (Amount involved less than $100,000 - Effective 12/1/97)
Appropriation of partnership funds by partner to personal use. (Amount involved $100,000 or more - Effective 12/1/97)
Appropriation of partnership funds by partner to personal use. (Amount involved less than $100,000 - Effective 12/1/97)
Embezzlement by surviving partner. (Amount involved $100,000 or more - Effective 12/1/97)
Embezzlement by surviving partner. (Amount involved less than $100,000 - Effective 12/1/97)
Embezzlement of taxes by officers. (Amount involved $100,000 or more - Effective 12/1/97)
Embezzlement of taxes by officers. (Amount involved less than $100,000 -Effective 12/1/97)
Violation of Uniform Standards Code for Manufactured Homes. (Was Class 1 misdemeanor - Effective 8/4/99)
Discharging medical waste in Atlantic Ocean or waters of state, creating substantial risk of injury.
Enforcement procedures; criminal penalties (dry-cleaning solvents; knowing and willful violation).
Enforcement procedures; criminal penalties (dry-cleaning solvents; knowing and willful violation, place person in danger of deat
Enforcement procedures: criminal penalties (Air pollution control).
Enforcement procedures: criminal penalties (Air pollution control).
Enforcement procedures: criminal penalties (Pollution control).
Enforcement procedures: criminal penalties (Water and air resources).
Enforcement procedures: criminal penalties (Oil pollution and hazardous substance control).
Enforcement procedures: criminal penalties (Oil pollution and hazardous substance control).
Enforcement procedures: criminal penalties (false statement/ tampering with recording device under hazardous waste article).
Enforcement procedures: criminal penalties (Hazardous substances).
False certification that bids are submitted without collusion.
Contracts with certain foreign vendors.
Certain vendors prohibited from contracting with State.
Financial interest of officers in sources of supply; acceptance of bribes (Secretary of Administration, assistant, or A.B.C. memb
Certification that information technology bids were submitted without collusion.
Financial interest of officers in sources of supply; acceptance of bribes.
Certification that information technology bid submitted without collusion.
Escaping or attempting escape from state prison system. (Was Class I - Effective 12/1/97)
Inflicting or assisting in infliction of self injury to prisoner resulting in incapacity to perform. (Was Class I - Effective 12/1/97)
Fraudulent misrepresentation (Housing Assistance for more than $400).
Interception and disclosure of wire, oral, or electronic communications prohibited.
Interception and disclosure of wire, oral, or electronic communications prohibited.
Manufacture, distribution, possession, and advertising of wire, oral, or electronic communication intercepting devices prohibited
Failure to appear (if released in connection with a felony charge or conviction).
Filing of false application for compensation award (more than $400.00).
Certain acts declared felonies (Elections).
Forgery of signature on absentee ballot.
Certain acts declared felonies (Elections).
Criminal punishment (Elections).
Registration by mail (willfully giving false information).
Driver license examiners to accept applications to register voters (willfully giving false information).
Making false affidavit perjury (Elections).
Direct shipments from out-of-state prohibited (alcohol). (Effective 12/1/97)
Unlawful manufacturing of alcoholic beverage (second offense).
Receiving or transferring stolen vehicles.
Fraud in connection with rental of motor vehicles.
Sublease and loan assumption arranging regulated.
Altering or changing engine or other numbers (wilful).
Altering or changing engine or other numbers (intent to conceal).
Making false affidavit perjury (Anti-theft Provisions, Motor Vehicle Act of 1937).
Smoke screens.
Habitual impaired driving. (Was Class G - Effective 12/1/97)
Felony death by vehicle (causing death by impaired driving).
Speeding to elude arrest; forfeiture of vehicle (two or more aggravating factors present).
Approach of Poilce/Fire/Ems vehicle (serious injury)
Duty to stop in event of accident or collision.
Duty to stop in event of accident (serious bodily injury / death)
Penalty for felony (Motor Vehicle Act of 1937).
Duty of Passenger to remain at scene( PI or F)
Forging a motor vehicle inspection sticker.
Willful Passing Stopped School Bus
Making false affidavit perjury (Motor Vehicle Safety and Financial Responsibility Act of 1953).
Violations of License or Learner's Permit provisions (sell reproductions).
Violations of License or Learner's Permit provisions (use drivers license or learner's permit with false name in the commission o
Making false affidavits perjury (Uniform Driver's License Act).
Unlawful to issue licenses for anything of value except prescribed fees.
Unlawful change of mileage.
Criminal offense (unlawful change of mileage).
Fraudulent use prohibited (use special identification card with false name in commission of a felony).
Manufacturer's certificate of transfer of new motor vehicle.
Perfection by indication of security interest on certificate of title.
Altering or forging certificate of title, registration card or application.
Transfer by owner (filing false sworn certification as to unavailability of certificate of title).
Issuing false bills or violating Chapter made felony.
False taking of debtor's oath.
Unlawful payments related to adoption (second offense).
Violation of valid protective order (committing a felony knowing that the behavior is prohibited by the order).
Violation of valid protective order (with three prior convictions under Chapter 50B).
Violation of valid protection order while in possession of deadly weapon
Examiner making false report.
Misapplication, embezzlement of funds, etc. (Amount involved $100,000 or more - Effective 12/1/97)
Misapplication of bank funds by officer or employee. (Amount involved less than $100,000 - Effective 12/1/97)
Making false entries in banking accounts; misrepresenting assets and liabilities of banks.
False certification of a check.
Receiving deposits in insolvent banks.
License required; licensee records.(NOW MISDEMEANOR)
Criminal penalties (violation of check cashing article).
Certain criminal offenses (Trust companies).
Sanctions (Insurance holding companies).
False statement to procure or deny benefit of insurance policy or certificate.
Embezzlement by insurance agents, brokers, or administrators. (Amount involved $100,000 or more - Effective 12/1/97)
Embezzlement by insurance agents, brokers, or administrators. (Amount involved less than $100,000 - Effective 12/1/97)
Punishment for making false statement in financial or other statement.
Violating 58-24-65: Consolidations and mergers of fraternal benefit societies.
False statement under oath in any verified report/declaration required by law from fraternal benefit societies, perjury.
Duty to report insurer impairment; violations; penalties.
Willful failure to pay group insurance premiums; willful termination of a group health plan; notice to persons insured; penalty; re
Fraudulent viatical settlement acts, interference, and participation of convicted felons prohibited.
Maintenance and removal of records and assets.
Permit from Commissioner of Insurance; penalty for violation; exception.
Monthly report required.
Prohibited practices (bail bondsman fails to return collateral security worth $1,500 or more).
Mutual insurance companies organized; requisites for doing business (false oath in respect to certificate).
Criminal penalty (Professional Employer Organization Act).
Embezzlement of C.O.D. shipments.(Motor Carriers)
Taking of aircraft made crime of larceny (intent to deprive).
Operation of aircraft while impaired (second conviction).
Infliction of serious bodily injury by operation of an aircraft while impaired.
Penalties (Cemeteries).
Bond and trust account required. (Discount Buying Clubs)
Violations (Credit Repair Services Act).
Criminal penalty (Electronic Commerce in Government).
Penalties (knowingly acquire human skeletal remains removed from unmarked burials in North Carolina).
Combinations in restraint of trade illegal.
False swearing by person responding to investigation of trusts and monopolies.
Penalties (Boat Safety Act).
False testimony as to any material fact by any person examined under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Ch
Discharging medical waste in Atlantic Ocean or waters of state, creating substantial risk of injury.
Criminal penalties (fraud under Securities Act).
Criminal penalties (Securities Act).
Criminal penalties (fraudulent practices of investment advisors).
Criminal penalties (Investment Advisors).
Remedies for violation; criminal penalty (athlete agents).
Criminal penalties (Commodities). (less than $100K)
Criminal penalties (Commodities).(more than $100K)
False statements to the question of indigency.
Criminal use of counterfeit trademark (value more than $10,000).
Criminal use of counterfeit trademark (value of more than $3,000 up to $10,000).
Criminal use of counterfeit trademark device.
Prohibited acts; penalties (Controlled Substance Act).
Manufacture or delivery of drug paraphernalia (from person over 18 to person under 18).
Penalties drug paraphernalia (2nd offense)
Penalties (Funeral and Burial Trust Funds; amount involved $100,000 or more). (Effective 12/1/97)
Embezzlement of funeral funds, penalties. (Amount involved less than $100,000 - Effective 12/1/97)
Continuing criminal enterprise.
Employing or intentionally using minor to commit a drug law violation (Offender was 18 to 21, minor was more than 13).
Employing or intentionally using minor to commit a drug law violation (Offender was 18 to 21, minor was 13 or younger). (Was o
Employing or intentionally using minor to commit a drug law violation (Offender was 21 or older, minor was more than 13). (Wa
Employing or intentionally using minor to commit a drug law violation (Offender was 21 or older, minor was 13 or younger). (Wa
Promoting drug sales by a minor.
Participating in a drug violation by a minor.
Sale of Schedule I or II Controlled Substance. (was Class H - Effective 12/1/97)
Manufacture, deliver, or possess with intent to manufacture, sell, or deliver a Schedule I or II Controlled Substance.
Sale of a Schedule III, IV, V or VI Controlled Substance. (Was Class I - Effective 12/1/97)
Manufacture, deliver, or possess with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver, a Schedule III, IV, V, or VI Controlled Substance.
Create, sell or deliver, or possess with intent to sell or deliver, a counterfeit controlled substance.
Possession of a Schedule I Controlled Substance.
Possession of any amount of Methamphetamine, Amphetamine, Cocaine or Phencyclidine or derivative thereof. (Methampheta
Possession of more than 100 dosage units of any controlled substance.
Possession of more than four dosage units of Hydromorphone.
Possession of more than 1.5 ounces of Marijuana or .15 ounces of Hashish.
Possess an immediate precursor chemical with intent to manufacture a controlled substance.
Possess or distribute an immediate precursor chemical knowing it will be used to manufacture a controlled substance.
Manufacture, sell or deliver, or possess with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver a controlled substance within 300 feet of a pla
Drug offense punishable by not more than two years and offender has been previously convicted of a drug offense.
Selling or delivering a controlled substance by a person 18 or over to a person under 13. (Was Class D - Effective 1/1/99)
Selling or delivering a controlled substance by a person 18 or over to a person under 16 but more than 13 or a pregnant female
Manufacture, sell or deliver, or possess with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver a controlled substance within 1000 feet of a ch
Possession of a controlled substance on the premises of a penal institution or local confinement facility. (Was Class I - Effective
Trafficking in marijuana (more than 10 pounds, less than 50 pounds).
Trafficking in marijuana (50 pounds or more, less than 2,000 pounds).
Trafficking in marijuana (2,000 pounds or more, less than 10,000 pounds).
Trafficking in marijuana (10,000 pounds or more).
Trafficking in methaqualone (1,000 or more dosage units, less than 5,000).
Trafficking in methaqualone (5,000 or more dosage units, less than 10,000).
Trafficking in methaqualone (10,000 or more dosage units).
Trafficking in cocaine (28 grams or more, less than 200 grams).
Trafficking in cocaine (200 grams or more, less than 400 grams).
Trafficking in cocaine (400 grams or more).
Trafficking in methamphetamine or amphetamine (28 grams or more, less than 200 grams). (Was Class G, amphetamine was
Trafficking in methamphetamine or amphetamine (200 grams or more, less than 400 grams). (Was Class F, amphetamine was
Trafficking in methamphetamine or amphetamine (400 grams or more). (Was Class D, amphetamine was G.S. 90-95(h)(3a)c -
Trafficking in opium or heroin (4 grams or more, less than 14 grams).
Trafficking in opium or heroin (14 grams or more, less than 28 grams).
Trafficking in opium or heroin (28 grams or more).
Trafficking in Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (100 or more dosage units, less than 500 dosage units).
Trafficking in Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (500 or more dosage units, less than 1,000 dosage units).
Trafficking in Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (1,000 or more dosage units).
Trafficking in MDA/MDMA (100 or more dosage units, but less than 500 dosage units/28 grams or more, less than 200 grams).
Trafficking in MDA/MDMA (500 or more dosage units, but less than 1000 dosage units/200 grams or more, less than 400 gram
Trafficking in MDA/MDMA (1000 or more dosage units/400 grams or more).
Registration required of time share projects; real estate salesmen license required.
Registrar required; criminal penalties; project broker (real estate development).
Withholding hazardous substance trade secret information.
Penalty for fraud (obtain/deny workers' compensation).
Penalty for fraud (agree to accept/forgo workers' compensation). (Was Class 1 misdemeanor - Effective 10/1/97)
Employers required to give proof . . . criminal penalties for failure to secure payment of compensation (employer willfully fails to
Employers required to give proof . . . criminal penalties for failure to secure payment of compensation (person with authority wil
         Max             Statute
59 Months        G.S. 105-236(10b)
30 Months        G.S. 105-236(7)
261 Months       G.S. 105-236(9a)a
59 Months        G.S. 105-236(9a)b
30 Months        G.S. 105-236(9a)c
30 Months        G.S. 106-145.6
15 Months        G.S. 106-350
30 Months        G.S. 106-363
SL 1997-74 s11   REPEALED
15 Months        G.S. 106-549.26
30 Months        G.S. 106-763.1
15 Months        G.S. 108A-39(b)
30 Months        G.S. 108A-53.1(a)
30 Months        G.S. 108A-53.1(b)
15 Months        G.S. 108A-53.1(b)
15 Months        G.S. 108A-53(a)
30 Months        G.S. 108A-60
15 Months        G.S. 108A-63(c)
15 Months        G.S. 108A-64(c)(1)
15 Months        G.S. 108A-70.28
15 Months        G.S. 10B-60
15 Months        G.S. 110-107
15 Months        G.S. 113-209
59 Months        G.S. 120-86
15 Months        G.S. 130A-26.1(f)
15 Months        G.S. 130A-26.1(g)
261 Months       G.S. 130A-26.1(I)(1)
15 Months        G.S. 130A-26A(b)
15 Months        G.S. 130A-431
30 Months        G.S. 133-24
30 Months        G.S. 133-25
15 Months        G.S. 133-31
30 Months        G.S. 136-13
30 Months        G.S. 136-13.2
30 Months        G.S. 136-14(a)-(d)
30 Months        G.S. 136-14(e)
15 Months        G.S. 136-14(f)
30 Months        G.S. 136-14(g)
261 Months       G.S. 14-100
30 Months        G.S. 14-100
30 Months        G.S. 14-101
15 Months        G.S. 14-107
30 Months        G.S. 14-11
59 Months        G.S. 14-112.2(b)(d)(1)
44 months        G.S. 14-112.2(b)(d)(2)
30 Months        G.S. 14-112.2(b)(d)(3)
44 Monhs         G.S. 14-112(c)(e)(1)
30 Months        G.S. 14-112(c)(e)(2)
15 Months        G.S. 14-112(c)(e)(3)
15 Months        G.S. 14-113.11,-113.17(b)
15 Months        G.S. 14-113.13(a), (b),-113.17(b)
15 Months                 G.S. 14-113.14,-113.17(b)
15 Months                 G.S. 14-113.15,-113.17(b)
15 Months                 G.S. 14-113.15A,-113.17(b)
15 Months                 G.S. 14-113.17
59 Months                 G.S. 14-113.20, -113.22
44 Months                 G.S. 14-113.20, -113.22
98 Months                 G.S. 14-113.20A,-113.22
30 Months                 G.S. 14-113.31 -113.33
44 Months                 G.S. 14-113.5
15 Months                 G.S. 14-113.9.-113.17(b)
59 Months                 G.S. 14-118.4
30 Months                 G.S. 14-118.12 -118.15
15 Months                 G.S. 14-119(a)
44 Months                 G.S. 14-119(b)
30 Months                 G.S. 14-12.1
15 Months                 G.S. 14-12.12(b),-12.15
15 Months                 G.S. 14-12.13,-12.15
15 Months                 G.S. 14-12.14,-12.15
15 Months                 G.S. 14-120
30 Months                 G.S. 14-121
30 Months                 G.S. 14-122
15 Months                 G.S. 14-123
15 Months                 G.S. 14-124
15 Months                 G.S. 14-125
15 Months                 G.S. 14-13
44 Months                 G.S. 14-134.3(b)
15 Months                 G.S. 14-136
15 Months                 G.S. 14-14
15 Months                 G.S. 14-141(2)
15 Months                 G.S. 14-144(2)
15 Months                 G.S. 14-148
15 Months                 G.S. 14-149
15 Months                 G.S. 14-154
261 Months                G.S. 14-159.1
15 Months                 G.S. 14-159.2(c)
15 Months                 G.S. 14-16.6(a)
59 Months                 G.S. 14-16.6(b)
59 Months                 G.S. 14-16.6(c)
15 Months                 G.S. 14-16.7(a)
15 Months                 G.S. 14-16.7(b)
15 Months                 G.S. 14-163
30 Months                 G.S. 14-163.1(a1)
15 Months                 G.S. 14-163.1(b)
30 Months                 G.S. 14-167
30 Months                 G.S. 14-168.1
                          G.S.
Death or Life Without Parole 14-17
480 Months                G.S. 14-17
15 Months                 G.S. 14-177
59 Months                 G.S. 14-178
Life Without Parole       G.S. 14-178(b)(1)
261 Months                G.S. 14-178(b)(2)
229 Months                G.S. 14-18
59 Months                 G.S. 14-18
                          felony committed
One class higher than the G.S. 14-18.2(b)
15 Months                 G.S. 14-183
15 Months                 G.S. 14-190.1
261 Months                G.S. 14-190.16
98 Months                 G.S. 14-190.17
30 Months                 G.S. 14-190.17A
261 Months                G.S. 14-190.18
59 Months                 G.S. 14-190.19
15 Months                 G.S. 14-190.6
15 Months                 G.S. 14-190.7
15 Months                 G.S. 14-190.8
30 Months                 G.S. 14-190.9(a1)
15 Months                 G.S, 14-202(d)
15 Months                 G.S. 14-202(e)
15 Months                 G.S, 14-202(f)
15 Months                 G.S, 14-202(g)
30 Months                 G.S, 14-202(h)
Next higher level         G.S, 14-202(i)
59 Months                 G.S. 14-202.1
30 Months                 G.S. 14-202.3(c)(1)
44 Months                 G.S. 14-202.3(c)(2)
15 Months                 G.S. 14-202.4(a)
15 Months                 G.S. 14-202.5
59 Months                 G.S. 14-208.11
30 Months                 G.S. 14-208.11A
44 Months                 G.S. 14-208.16
59 Months                 G.S. 14-208.17
30 Months                 G.S. 14-208.18
59 Months                 G.S. 14-208.44(a)
98 Months                 G.S. 14-208.44(b)
59 Months                 G.S. 14-209
15 Months                 G.S. 14-210
15 Months                 G.S. 14-211
59 Months                 G.S. 14-217(a)
59 Months                 G.S. 14-218
59 Months                 G.S. 14-220
59 Months                 G.S. 14-221
15 Months                 G.S. 14-221.1
30 Months                 G.S. 14-221.2
30 Months                 G.S. 14-225.2(a)(1)
15 Months                 G.S. 14-225.2(a)(2)
30 Months                 G.S. 14-226
15 Months                 G.S. 14-228
15 Months                 G.S. 14-233
15 Months                 G.S. 14-253
30 Months                 G.S. 14-254
30 Months                 G.S. 14-256
30 Months                 G.S. 14-256.1
59 Months                 G.S. 14-258
30 Months                 G.S. 14-258
30 Months                 G.S. 14-258.1(a)
59 Months                 G.S. 14-258.2
30 Months                 G.S. 14-258.2
30 Months                 G.S. 14-258.2(b)
59 Months                 G.S. 14-258.3
59 Months                 G.S. 14-258.4
15 Months                 G.S. 14-259
15 Months                 G.S. 14-269
15 Months                 G.S. 14-269.2(b)
44 Months                 G.S. 14-269.2(b1)
15 Months                 G.S. 14-269.2(c)
44 Months                 G.S. 14-269.2(c1)
30 Months                 G.S. 14-269.8
Life Without Parole       G.S. 14-27.2
Life without Parole       G.S. 14-27.2A
261 Months                G.S. 14-27.3
Life Without Parole       G.S. 14-27.4
Life Without Parole       G.S. 14-27.4A
261 Months                G.S. 14-27.5
98 Months                 G.S. 14-27.7(a)
44 Months                 G.S. 14-27.7(b)
Life Without Parole       G.S. 14-27.7A(a)
261 Months                G.S. 14-27.7A(b)
59 Months                 G.S. 14-277.3A
30 Months                 G.S. 14-277.3A
15 Months                 G.S. 14-277.4
30 Months                 G.S. 14-277.5
15 Months                 G.S. 14-277(a)(4)
30 Months                 G.S. 14-277(b)(5)
15 Months                 G.S. 14-278
261 Months                G.S. 14-28
15 Months                 G.S. 14-280
30 Months                 G.S. 14-280.2
15 Months                 G.S. 14-282
59 Months                 G.S. 14-284.2
30 Months                 G.S. 14-288.2(c)
59 Months                 G.S. 14-288.2(e)
30 Months                 G.S. 14-288.20(b)
Life Without Parole       G.S. 14-288.21
                          G.S.
Death or Life Without Parole 14-288.22(a)
Life Without Parole       G.S. 14-288.22(b)
Life Without Parole       G.S. 14-288.22(c)
229 Months                G.S. 14-288.23
229 Months                G.S. 14-288.24
15 Months                 G.S. 14-288.4(c)(8)(a)
30 Months                 G.S. 14-288.6(b)
59 Months                 G.S. 14-288.8
59 Months                 G.S. 14-288.9
98 Months                 G.S. 14-29
30 Months                 G.S. 14-291.2
30 Months                 G.S. 14-3(b)
15 Months                 G.S. 14-3(c)
261 Months                G.S. 14-30
98 Months    G.S. 14-30.1
15 Months    G.S. 14-309.14
15 Months    G.S. 14-309.5(b)
44 Months    G.S. 14-309(a)
30 Months    G.S. 14-309(a)
44 Months    G.S. 14-309(b)
44 Months    G.S. 14-309(c)
98 Months    G.S. 14-31
30 Months    G.S. 14-315(a1)
98 Months    G.S. 14-318.4(a)
98 Months    G.S. 14-318.4(a1)
98 Months    G.S. 14-318.4(a2)
261 Months   G.S. 14-318.4(a3)
98 Months    G.S. 14-318.4(a4)
30 Months    G.S. 14-318.4(a5)
59 Months    G.S. 14-32.1(e)
261 Months   G.S. 14-32.2(b)(1)
98 Months    G.S. 14-32.2(b)(2)
59 Months    G.S. 14-32.2(b)(3)
59 Months    G.S. 14-32.3(a)
30 Months    G.S. 14-32.3(a)
44 Months    G.S. 14-32.3(b)
15 Months    G.S. 14-32.3(b)
30 Months    G.S. 14-32.3(c)
59 Months    G.S. 14-32.4
261 Months   G.S. 14-32(a)
98 Months    G.S. 14-32(b)
98 Months    G.S. 14-32(c)
15 Months    G.S. 14-320.1
15 Months    G.S. 14-322.1
30 Months    G.S. 14-329(a)
59 Months    G.S. 14-329(b)
30 Months    G.S. 14-33.2
98 Months    G.S. 14-34.1(a)
229 Months   G.S. 14-34.1(b)
261 Months   G.S. 14-34.1(c)
59 Months    G.S. 14-34.2
261 Months   G.S. 14-34.4(a)
261 Months   G.S. 14-34.4(b)
98 Months    G.S. 14-34.5
15 Months    G.S. 14-34.6(b)
59 Months    G.S. 14-34.6(c)
59 Months    G.S. 14-34.7
98 Months    G.S. 14-34.9
15 Months    G.S. 14-360(b)
15 Months    G.S. 14-362
15 Months    G.S. 14-362.1(d)
30 Months    G.S. 14-362.2
30 Months    G.S. 14-367
15 Months    G.S. 14-373
15 Months    G.S. 14-374
15 Months    G.S. 14-377
261 Months   G.S. 14-39
98 Months    G.S. 14-39
30 Months    G.S. 14-398
15 Months    G.S. 14-399(e)
15 Months    G.S. 14-401.11(b)(1)a
30 Months    G.S. 14-401.11(b)(1)b
59 Months    G.S. 14-401.11(b)(2)
261 Months   G.S. 14-401.11(b)(3)
30 Months    G.S. 14-401.15
44 Months    G.S. 14-401.16(a)
30 Months    G.S. 14-401.16(a)
44 Months    G.S. 14-401.16(b)
30 Months    G.S. 14-401.16(b)
15 Months    G.S. 14-401.20
15 months    G.S. 14-401.21
15 Months    G.S. 14-401.22
15 Months    G.S. 14-409
59 Months    G.S. 14-41
44 Months    G.S. 14-415.1
30 Months    G.S. 14-415.3
59 Months    G.S. 14-43.11(b)
261 Months   G.S. 14-43.11(b)
59 Months    G.S. 14-43.12
261 Months   G.S. 14-43.12
59 Months    G.S. 14-43.13
261 Months   G.S. 14-43.13
59 Months    G.S. 14-43.3
15 Months    G.S. 14-433,-437(a)(1)
15 Months    G.S. 14-434,-437(a)(1)
15 Months    G.S. 14-435,-437(a)(1)
30 Months    G.S. 14-44
15 Months    G.S. 14-45
59 Months    G.S. 14-454.1(a)
30 Months    G.S. 14-454.1(b)
44 Months    G.S. 14-454(a)
44 Months    G.S. 14-455
59 Months    G.S. 14-455(a1)
30 Months    G.S. 14-456.1
30 Months    G.S. 14-457
15 Months    G.S. 14-458
15 Months    G.S. 14-46
229 Months   G.S. 14-49.1
229 Months   G.S. 14-49(a)
44 Months    G.S. 14-49(b)
98 Months    G.S. 14-49(b1)
30 Months    G.S. 14-50.16
59 Months    G.S. 14-50.16(a)(1)
30 Months    G.S. 14-50.17
59 Months    G.S. 14-50.17
59 Months    G.S. 14-50.18
30 Months    G.S. 14-50.19
30 Months    G.S. 14-50.20
15 Months    G.S. 14-50-22
229 Months   G.S. 14-51
44 Months    G.S. 14-51
229 Months   G.S. 14-53
30 Months    G.S. 14-54
44 Months    G.S. 14-54.1
15 Months    G.S. 14-55
15 Months    G.S. 14-56
15 Months    G.S. 14-56.1
15 Months    G.S. 14-56.3
15 Months    G.S. 14-56.4
229 Months   G.S. 14-57
229 Months   G.S. 14-58
44 Months    G.S. 14-58
229 Months   G.S. 14-58.2
59 Months    G.S. 14-59
59 Months    G.S. 14-60
59 Months    G.S. 14-61
59 Months    G.S. 14-62
30 Months    G.S. 14-62.1
98 Months    G.S. 14-62.2
30 Months    G.S. 14-63
30 Months    G.S. 14-64
30 Months    G.S. 14-65
30 Months    G.S. 14-66
30 Months    G.S. 14-67.1
30 Months    G.S. 14-69.1(a)
REPEALED     G.S. 14-69.1(b)
44 Months    G.S. 14-69.1(c)
30 Months    G.S. 14-69.1(c)
30 Months    G.S. 14-69.2(a)
REPEALED     G.S. 14-69.2(b)
44 Months    G.S. 14-69.2(c)
30 Months    G.S. 14-69.2(c)
98 Months    G.S. 14-69.3
30 Months    G.S. 14-7.20
261 Months   G.S. 14-7.6
30 Months    G.S. 14-71
30 Months    G.S. 14-71.1
30 Months    G.S. 14-72
30 Months    G.S. 14-72
30 Months    G.S. 14-72.1(d1)
30 Months    G.S. 14-72.2
15 Months    G.S. 14-72.6
30 months    G.S. 14-72.7
30 Months    G.S. 14-72.11 (1- 4)
30 Months    G.S. 14-72(b)(1)
30 Months    G.S. 14-72(b)(2)
30 Months    G.S. 14-72(b)(3)
30 Months    G.S. 14-72(b)(4)
30 Months    G.S. 14-72(b)(5)
261 Months   G.S. 14-74
30 Months    G.S. 14-74
30 Months    G.S. 14-75
30 Months    G.S. 14-75.1
30 Months    G.S. 14-78
30 Months    G.S. 14-79
30 Months    G.S. 14-79.1
59 Months    G.S. 14-8
30 Months    G.S. 14-81(a)
15 Months    G.S. 14-81(a1)
30 Months    G.S. 14-83.1
30 Months    G.S. 14-85
30 Months    G.S. 14-86.6
229 Months   G.S. 14-87
44 Months    G.S. 14-87.1
229 Months   G.S. 14-88
15 Months    G.S. 14-89.1
261 Months   G.S. 14-90
30 Months    G.S. 14-90
261 Months   G.S. 14-91
59 Months    G.S. 14-91
261 Months   G.S. 14-92
59 Months    G.S. 14-92
261 Months   G.S. 14-93
30 Months    G.S. 14-93
261 Months   G.S. 14-94
30 Months    G.S. 14-94
261 Months   G.S. 14-97
30 Months    G.S. 14-97
261 Months   G.S. 14-98
30 Months    G.S. 14-98
261 Months   G.S. 14-99
59 Months    G.S. 14-99
15 Months    G.S. 143-151(b)
59 Months    G.S. 143-214.2A(c)(2)
15 Months    G.S. 143-215.104Q(b)
261 Months   G.S. 143-215.104Q(c)
30 Months    G.S. 143-215.114B(g)
261 Months   G.S. 143-215.114B(h)(1)
15 Months    G.S. 143-215.6B(g)
261 Months   G.S. 143-215.6B(h)(1)
30 Months    G.S. 143-215.88B(e)
261 Months   G.S. 143-215.88B(f)(1)
15 Months    G.S. 143-215.88B(h)
261 Months   G.S. 143-215.94X(c)(1)
15 Months    G.S. 143-54
15 Months    G.S. 143-59.1
15 Months    G.S. 143-59.2
59 Months    G.S. 143-63
REPEALED     G.S. 143B-472.61
59 Months    G.S. 147-33.99
15 Months    G.S. 147-33.100
30 Months    G.S. 148-45(b)
30 Months                 G.S. 148-46.1
15 Months                 G.S. 157-29.1
30 Months                 G.S. 15A-287(a)
44 Months                 G.S. 15A-287(e)
30 Months                 G.S. 15A-288
15 Months                 G.S. 15A-543(b)
15 Months                 G.S. 15B-7
15 Months                 G.S. 163-226.3
15 Months                 G.S. 163-237(c)
15 Months                 G.S. 163-275
SL 2002-158 S 5           G.S. 163-278.53
                          G.S. 163-72.4(f)
15 Months                 G.S. 163-82.19
15 Months                 G.S. 163-90.3
15 Months                 G.S. 18B-102.1
15 Months                 G.S. 18B-307(c)
30 Months                 G.S. 20-106
15 Months                 G.S. 20-106.1
15 Months                 G.S. 20-106.2(d)
15 Months                 G.S. 20-109(a)
15 Months                 G.S. 20-109(b)
15 Months                 G.S. 20-112
15 Months                 G.S. 20-136
59 Months                 G.S. 20-138.5(b)
229 Months                G.S. 20-141.4
30 Months                 G.S. 20-141.5
15 Months                 G.S. 20-157(i)
30 Months                 G.S. 20-166(a1)
59 Months                 G.S. 20-166(a)
15 Months                 G.S. 20-177
30 Months                 G.S. 20-166.2
15 Months                 G.S. 20-183.8(c)
15 Months                 G.S. 20-217(g)
15 Months                 G.S. 20-279.31(c1)
15 Months                 G.S. 20-30(7)
15 Months                 G.S. 20-30(9)
15 Months                 G.S. 20-31
15 Months                 G.S. 20-34.1
15 Months                 G.S. 20-343, -350
15 Months                 G.S. 20-350
15 Months                 G.S. 20-37.8
30 Months                 G.S. 20-52.1(d)
30 Months                 G.S. 20-58(b)
15 Months                 G.S. 20-71
30 Months                 G.S. 20-72(b)
15 Months                 G.S. 21-42
15 Months                 G.S. 23-43
30 Months                 G.S. 48-10-102
                          principal felony
One class higher than the G.S. 50B-4.1(d)
30 Months                 G.S. 50B-4.1(f)
30 Months                 G.S. 50B-4.1(g)
30 Months                 G.S. 53-124
261 Months        G.S. 53-129
30 Months         G.S. 53-129
30 Months         G.S. 53-130
15 Months         G.S. 53-131
15 Months         G.S. 53-132
SL 2008-228 s11   G.S. 53-243.14
15 Months         G.S. 53-287
30 Months         G.S. 53-355
15 Months         G.S. 58-19-50
30 Months         G.S. 58-2-161
261 Months        G.S. 58-2-162
30 Months         G.S. 58-2-162
15 Months         G.S. 58-2-180
15 Months         G.S. 58-24-180(d)
15 Months         G.S. 58-24-180(e)
30 Months         G.S. 58-30-12(c)
30 Months         G.S. 58-50-40
30 Months         G.S. 58-58-265
15 Months         G.S. 58-7-50
15 Months         G.S. 58-70-1
15 Months         G.S. 58-71-165
15 Months         G.S. 58-71-95(5)
15 Months         G.S. 58-8-1
30 Months         G.S. 58-89A-175
30 Months         G.S. 62-273
30 Months         G.S. 63-25
15 Months         G.S. 63-27
59 Months         G.S. 63-28
15 Months         G.S. 65-71
15 Months         G.S. 66-135
15 Months         G.S. 66-225
15 Months         G.S. 66-58.8
30 Months         G.S. 70-40
30 Months         G.S. 75-1
15 Months         G.S. 75-12
SL 2006-185s1     G.S. 75A-18(d)(2)
59 Months         G.S. 75D-7
59 Months         G.S. 76-40(a1)(2)
30 Months         G.S. 78A-57
15 Months         G.S. 78A-57
30 Months         G.S. 78C-39
15 Months         G.S. 78C-39
15 Months         G.S. 78C-99
30 Months         G.S. 78D-24
261 Months        G.S. 78D-24
15 Months         G.S. 7A-456(a)
30 Months         G.S. 80-11.1(b)(2)
15 Months         G.S. 80-11.1(b) (3)
30 Months         G.S. 80-11.1(c)
15 Months         G.S. 90-108
15 Months         G.S. 90-113.23(c)
15 months         G.S. 90-113.56
261 Months                G.S. 90-210.70(a)
30 Months                 G.S. 90-210.70(a)
261 Months                G.S. 90-95.1
                          violation
One class higher than the G.S. 90-95.4(a)(1)
                          G.S. 90-95.4(a)(2)
Two classes higher than the violation
                           the 90-95.4(b)(1)
Three classes higher than G.S.violation
                          G.S. 90-95.4(b)(2)
Four classes higher than the violation
229 Months                G.S. 90-95.6
44 Months                 G.S. 90-95.7
44 Months                 G.S. 90-95(b)(1)
30 Months                 G.S. 90-95(b)(1)
30 Months                 G.S. 90-95(b)(2)
15 Months                 G.S. 90-95(b)(2)
15 Months                 G.S. 90-95(c)
15 Months                 G.S. 90-95(d)(1)
15 Months                 G.S. 90-95(d)(2)
15 Months                 G.S. 90-95(d)(2)
15 Months                 G.S. 90-95(d)(2)
15 Months                 G.S. 90-95(d)(4)
30 Months                 G.S. 90-95(d1)(1)
30 Months                 G.S. 90-95(d1)(2)
98 Months                 G.S. 90-95(e)(10)
15 Months                 G.S. 90-95(e)(3)
261 Months                G.S. 90-95(e)(5)
229 Months                G.S. 90-95(e)(5)
98 Months                 G.S. 90-95(e)(8)
30 Months                 G.S. 90-95(e)(9)
30 Months                 G.S. 90-95(h)(1)a
44 Months                 G.S. 90-95(h)(1)b
59 Months                 G.S. 90-95(h)(1)c
229 Months                G.S. 90-95(h)(1)d
44 Months                 G.S. 90-95(h)(2)a
59 Months                 G.S. 90-95(h)(2)b
229 Months                G.S. 90-95(h)(2)c
44 Months                 G.S. 90-95(h)(3)a
59 Months                 G.S. 90-95(h)(3)b
229 Months                G.S. 90-95(h)(3)c
59 Months                 G.S. 90-95(h)(3b)a
98 Months                 G.S. 90-95(h)(3b)b
261 Months                G.S. 90-95(h)(3b)c
59 Months                 G.S. 90-95(h)(4)a
98 Months                 G.S. 90-95(h)(4)b
261 Months                G.S. 90-95(h)(4)c
44 Months                 G.S. 90-95(h)(4a)a
59 Months                 G.S. 90-95(h)(4a)b
229 Months                G.S. 90-95(h)(4a)c
44 Months                 G.S. 90-95(h)(4b)a
59 Months                 G.S. 90-95(h)(4b)b
229 Months                G.S. 90-95(h)(4b)c
15 Months                 G.S. 93A-40
15 Months                 G.S. 93A-58
15 Months                 G.S. 95-197
30 Months   G.S. 97-88.2(a)
30 Months   G.S. 97-88.2(c)
30 Months   G.S. 97-94(c)
30 Months   G.S. 97-94(d)

				
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