2005 North Carolina Code - Chapter 14 — Criminal Law.

Article 1 - Felonies and Misdemeanors. Article 2 - Principals and Accessories. Article 2A - Habitual Felons. Article 2B - Violent Habitual Felons. Article 2C - Continuing Criminal Enterprise. Article 3 - Rebellion. Article 4 - Subversive Activities. Article 4A - Prohibited Secret Societies and Activities. Article 5 - Counterferfeiting and Issuing Monetary Substitutes. Article 5A - Endangering Executive and Legislative, and Court Officers. Article 6 - Homicide. Article 7 - Rape and Kindred Offenses. Article 7A - Rape and Other Sex Offenses. Article 8 - Assaults. Article 9 - Hazing. Article 10 - Kidnapping and Abduction. Article 11 - Abortion and Kindred Offenses. Article 12 - Libel and Slander. Article 13 - Malicious Injury or Damage by Use of Explosive or Incendiary Device or Material. Article 14 - Burglary and Other Housebreakings. Article 15 - Arson and Other Burnings. Article 16 - Larceny. Article 17 - Robbery. Article 18 - Embezzlement. Article 19 - False Pretenses and Cheats. Article 19A - Obtaining Property or Services by False or Fraudulent Use of Credit Device or Other Means. Article 19B - Financial Transaction Card Crime Act. Article 19C - Identity Fraud. Article 20 - Frauds. Article 21 - Forgery. Article 22 - Damages and Other Offenses to Land and Fixtures. Article 22A - Trespassing Upon "Posted" Property to Hunt, Fish, Trap, or Remove Pine Needles/Straw. Article 22B - First and Second Degree Trespass. Article 22C - Cave Protection Act. Article 23 - Trespasses to Personal Property. Article 24 - Vehicles and Draft Animals-Protection of Bailor against Acts of Bailee. Article 25 - Regulating the Leasing of Storage Batteries. Article 26 - Offenses against Public Morality and Decency. Article 26A - Adult Establishments. Article 27 - Prostitution. Article 27A - Sex Offender and Public Protection Registration Programs. Article 28 - Perjury. Article 29 - Bribery. Article 30 - Obstructing Justice. Article 30A - Secret Listening. Article 31 - Misconduct in Public Office. Article 32 - Misconduct in Private Office. Article 33 - Prison Breach and Prisoners. Article 34 - Custodial Institutions. Article 35 - Offenses Against the Public Peace. Article 36 - Offenses Against the Public Safety. Article 36A - Riots and Civil Disorders. Article 36B - Nuclear, Biological, or Chemical Weapons of Mass Destruction. Article 37 - Lotteries, Gaming, Bingo and Raffles. Article 38 - Marathon Dances and Similar Endurance Contests. Article 39 - Protection of Minors. Article 40 - Protection of the Family. Article 41 - Alcoholic Beverages. Article 42 - Public Drunkenness. Article 43 - Vagrants and Tramps. Article 44 - Regulation of Sales. Article 45 - Regulation of Employer and Employee. Article 46 - Regulation of Landlord and Tenant. Article 47 - Cruelty to Animals. Article 48 - Animal Diseases. Article 49 - Protection of Livestock Running at Large. Article 50 - Protection of Letters, Telegrams, and Telephone Messages. Article 51 - Protection of Athletic Contests. Article 51A - Protection of Horse Shows. Article 52 - Miscellaneous Police Regulations. Article 52A - Sale of Weapons in Certain Counties. Article 53 - Sale of Weapons in Certain Other Counties. Article 53A - Other Firearms. Article 53B - Firearm Regulation. Article 53C - Sport Shooting Range Protection Act of 1997. Article 54 - Sale, etc., of Pyrotechnics. Article 54A - The Felony Firearms Act. Article 54B - Concealed Handgun Permit. Article 55 - Handling of Poisonous Reptiles. Article 56 - Debt Adjusting. Article 57 - Use, Sale, etc., of Glues Releasing Toxic Vapors. Article 58 - Records, Tapes and Other Recorded Devices. Article 58A - Audiovisual Recordings. Article 59 - Public Intoxication. Article 60 - Computer-Related Crime. Article 61 - Trains and Railroads.

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