2005 North Carolina Code - Chapter 15A — Criminal Procedure Act.

Article 1 - Definitions and General Provisions. Article 2 - Jurisdiction. Article 3 - Venue. Article 4 - Entry and Withdrawal of Attorney in Criminal Case. Article 5 - Expunction of Records. Article 6 - Reserved Article 7 - Reserved Article 8 - Reserved Article 9 - Search and Seizure by Consent. Article 10 - Other Searches and Seizures. Article 11 - Search Warrants. Article 12 - Pen Registers; Trap and Trace Devices. Article 13 - DNA Database and Databank. Article 14 - Nontestimonial Identification. Article 15 - Urgent Necessity. Article 16 - Electronic Surveillance. Article 16A - Discontinuation of Telecommunications Services. Article 17 - Criminal Process. Article 18 - Reserved Article 19 - Reserved Article 20 - Arrest. Article 21 - Reserved Article 22 - Reserved Article 23 - Police Processing and Duties upon Arrest. Article 24 - Initial Appearance. Article 25 - Commitment. Article 26 - Bail. Article 27 - Reserved Article 28 - Reserved Article 29 - First Appearance before District Court Judge. Article 30 - Probable-Cause Hearing. Article 31 - The Grand Jury and Its Proceedings. Article 32 - Indictment and Related Instruments. Article 33 - Reserved Article 34 - Reserved Article 35 - Speedy Trial. Article 36 - Special Criminal Process for Attendance of Defendants. Article 37 - Uniform Criminal Extradition Act. Article 38 - Interstate Agreement on Detainers. Article 39 - Other Special Process for Attendance of Defendants. Article 40 - Reserved Article 41 - Reserved Article 42 - Attendance of Witnesses Generally. Article 43 - Uniform Act to Secure Attendance of Witnesses from without a State in Criminal Proceedings. Article 44 - Securing Attendance of Prisoners as Witnesses. Article 45 - Fair Treatment for Certain Victims and Witnesses. Article 46 - Crime Victims' Rights Act. Article 47 - Reserved Article 48 - Discovery in the Superior Court. Article 49 - Pleadings and Joinder. Article 50 - Voluntary Dismissal. Article 51 - Arraignment. Article 52 - Motions Practice. Article 53 - Motion to Suppress Evidence. Article 54 - Reserved Article 55 - Reserved Article 56 - Incapacity to Proceed. Article 57 - Pleas. Article 58 - Procedures Relating to Guilty Pleas in Superior Court. Article 58A - Procedures Relating to Felony Guilty Pleas in District Court. Article 59 - Maintenance of Order in the Courtroom. Article 60 - Reserved Article 61 - Granting of Immunity to Witnesses. Article 62 - Mistrial. Article 63 - Reserved Article 64 - Reserved Article 65 - In General. Article 66 - Procedure for Hearing and Disposition of Infractions. Article 67 to 70 - Reserved Article 71 - Right to Trial by Jury. Article 72 - Selecting and Impaneling the Jury. Article 73 - Criminal Jury Trial in Superior Court. Article 74 - Reserved Article 75 - Reserved Article 76 - Reserved Article 77 - Reserved Article 78 - Order of Commitment to Imprisonment. Article 79 - Reserved Article 80 - Defendants Found Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity. Article 81 - General Sentencing Provisions. Article 81A - Sentencing Persons Convicted of Felonies. Article 81B - Structured Sentencing of Persons Convicted of Crimes. Article 81C - Restitution Article 82 - Probation. Article 83 - Imprisonment. Article 84 - Fines. Article 84A - Post-Release Supervision. Article 85 - Parole. Article 85A - Parole of Certain Convicted Felons. Article 85B - Review of Sentences of Life Imprisonment Without Parole. Article 86 - Reports of Dispositions of Criminal Cases. Article 87 - Reserved Article 88 - Post-Trial Motions and Appeal. Article 89 - Motion for Appropriate Relief and Other Post-Trial Relief. Article 90 - Appeals from Magistrates and District Court Judges. Article 91 - Appeal to Appellate Division. Article 92 to 99 - Reserved Article 100 - Capital Punishment.

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