2014 North Carolina General Statutes
Chapter 14 - Criminal Law.
Article 2F - Crimes by Unmanned Aircraft Systems.
§ 14-7.45 - 45. Crimes committed by use of unmanned aircraft systems.
14-7.45. Crimes committed by use of unmanned aircraft systems.
All crimes committed by use of an unmanned aircraft system, as defined in G.S. 15A-300.1, while in flight over this State shall be governed by the laws of this State, and the question of whether the conduct by an unmanned aircraft system while in flight over this State constitutes a crime by the owner of the unmanned aircraft system shall be determined by the laws of this State. (2014-100, s. 34.30(b).)
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