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§ 114-1. Creation of Department of Justice under supervision of Attorney General.
§ 114-1.1. Common-law powers.
§ 114-2. Duties.
§ 114-2.1. Consent judgments.
§ 114-2.2. Attorney General to approve consent judgments.
§ 114-2.3. Use of private counsel limited.
§ 114-2.4. Attorney General to render opinion on settlement agreements.
§ 114-2.5. Attorney General to report payment of public monies pursuant to settlement agreements and final court orders.
§ 114-2.6. Attorney General to report on pending lawsuits in which State is a party.
§ 114-2.7. Reporting system and database on certain domestic-violence-related homicides; reports by law enforcement agencies required; annual report to the General Assembly.
§ 114-3. To devote whole time to duties.
§ 114-4. Assistants; compensation; assignments.
§ 114-4.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 702, s. 4.
§ 114-4.2. Assistant attorneys general and other attorneys to assist Department of Transportation.
§ 114-4.2A. Assistant attorney general assigned to State Insurance Department.
§ 114-4.2B. Employment of attorney for University of North Carolina Hospitals at Chapel Hill.
§ 114-4.2C. Employment of attorney for the Real Estate Commission.
§ 114-4.2D. Employment of attorney for Energy Policy Council and Energy Efficiency Program of Department of Administration.
§ 114-4.2E. Repealed by Session Laws 1981, c. 859, s. 13.10, effective July 1, 1981.
§ 114-4.2F. Designation of attorney specializing in the law of the handicapped.
§ 114-4.2G: Repealed by Session Laws 2002-168, s. 6, effective October 1, 2002.
§ 114-4.3. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 702, s. 7.
§ 114-4.4. Deputy attorneys general.
§ 114-5. Additional clerical help.
§ 114-6. Duties of Attorney General as to civil litigation.
§ 114-7. Salary of the Attorney General.
§ 114-8. Repealed by Session Laws 1969, c. 44, s. 89.
§ 114-8.1. Attorney General interns.
§ 114-8.2. Charges for legal services.
§§ 114-8.3 through 114-8.7. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-9. Creation of Division; powers and duties.
§ 114-9.1. Revisor of Statutes.
§ 114-10. Division of Criminal Statistics.
§ 114-10.01. Collection of traffic law enforcement statistics.
§ 114-10.02. Collection of statistics on the use of deadly force by law enforcement officers.
§ 114-10.1. Police Information Network.
§ 114-11. Repealed by Session Laws 1969, c. 1190, s. 57.
§ 114-11.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1965, c. 310, s. 4.
§§ 114-11.2 through 114-11.5. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-11.6. Division established; duties.
§ 114-12. Bureau of Investigation created; powers and duties.
§ 114-12.1. Minority sensitivity training for law enforcement personnel.
§ 114-13. Director of the Bureau; personnel.
§ 114-14. General powers and duties of Director and assistants.
§ 114-14.1. Transfer of personnel.
§ 114-15. Investigations of lynchings, election frauds, etc.; services subject to call of Governor; witness fees and mileage for Director and assistants.
§ 114-15.1. Department heads to report possible violations of criminal statutes involving misuse of State property to State Bureau of Investigation.
§ 114-15.2. Use of private investigators limited.
§ 114-15.3. Investigations of child sexual abuse in child care.
§ 114-16. Laboratory and clinical facilities; employment of criminologists; services of scientists, etc., employed by State; radio system.
§ 114-17. Cooperation of local enforcement officers.
§ 114-17.1: Repealed by Session Laws 1995, c. 507, s. 6.
§ 114-18. Governor authorized to transfer activities of Central Prison Identification Bureau to the new Bureau; photographing and fingerprinting records.
§ 114-18.1: Repealed by Session Laws 2000-119, s. 6, effective December 1, 2000.
§ 114-19. Criminal statistics.
§ 114-19.01. Study and report on use of pseudoephedrine products to make methamphetamine.
§ 114-19.1. Criminal history background investigations; fees.
§ 114-19.2. Criminal record checks of school personnel.
§ 114-19.3. Criminal record checks of providers of treatment for or services to children, the elderly, mental health patients, the sick, and the disabled.
§ 114-19.4. Criminal record checks for foster care.
§ 114-19.5. Criminal record checks of child care providers.
§ 114-19.6. Criminal history record checks of employees of and applicants for employment with the Department of Health and Human Services, and the Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Preven
§ 114-19.7. Criminal record checks required prior to placement for adoption of a minor who is in the custody or placement responsibility of a county department of social services.
§ 114-19.8. Criminal record checks of applicants for auctioneer, apprentice auctioneer, or auction firm license.
§ 114-19.9. Criminal record checks of McGruff House Program volunteers.
§ 114-19.10. Criminal record checks for adult care homes, nursing homes, home care agencies, and providers of mental health, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse services.
§ 114-19.11. Criminal record checks of applicants for licensure as registered nurses or licensed practical nurses.
§ 114-19.11A. Criminal record checks of applicants for registration, certification, or licensure as a substance abuse professional.
§ 114-19.11B. Criminal record checks of applicants for licensure as massage and bodywork therapists.
§ 114-19.12. Criminal history record checks of applicants to fire departments and emergency medical services.
§ 114-19.13. Criminal record checks of applicants for manufactured home manufacturer, dealer, salesperson, or set-up contractor licensure.
§ 114-19.14. Criminal record checks for municipalities and county governments.
§ 114-19.15. Criminal record checks of applicants for locksmith licensure or apprentice designation.
§ 114-19.16. Criminal record checks for the North Carolina State Lottery Commission and its Director.
§ 114-19.17. Criminal record checks of applicants for permit or license to conduct exploration, recovery, or salvage operations and archaeological investigations.
§ 114-19.18. Criminal record checks of applicants for licensure and licensees.
§ 114-19.19. Criminal record checks for the Judicial Department.
§ 114-19.20. Criminal record checks for the Office of Information Technology Services.
§ 114-19.21. Criminal record checks of EMS personnel.
§ 114-19.22. Criminal record checks of applicants for licensure as chiropractic physicians.
§ 114-19.23. Criminal history record checks of employees of and applicants for employment with the Department of Public Instruction.
§ 114-19.24. Criminal record checks of applicants and of current employees who are involved in the manufacture or production of drivers licenses and identification cards.
§ 114-19.25. Criminal history record checks of applicants for licensure as nursing home administrators.
§ 114-19.26. Criminal record checks of applicants for licensure as professional counselors.
§ 114-19.27. Criminal history record checks of applicants for licensure as marriage and family therapists and marriage and family therapy associates.
§ 114-19.28: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-19.29: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-19.30: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-19.31: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-19.32: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-19.33: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-19.34: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-19.35: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-19.36: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-19.37: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-19.38: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-19.39: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-19.40: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-19.41: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-19.42: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-19.43: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-19.44: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-19.45: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-19.46: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-19.47: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-19.48: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-19.49: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-19.50. The National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact.
§ 114-20. Authority to provide protection to certain public officials.
§ 114-20.1. Authority to designate areas for protection of public officials.
§ 114-21: Recodified as G.S. 114-12.1 by Session Laws 2003-214, s. 1(4), effective June 19, 2003.
§§ 114-22 through 114-25. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§§ 114-26 through 114-39: Repealed by Session Laws 1983, c. 781.
§§ 114-40 through 114-42: Repealed by Session Laws 2001-424, s. 23.10, effective January 1, 2002.
§ 114-43. Methamphetamine Watch Program – good faith actions immune from civil and criminal liability.
§ 114-44. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-45. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-46. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-47. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-48. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-49. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 114-50. Financial Literacy Council established; purpose.
§ 114-51. Membership; terms; quorum.
§ 114-52. Staffing.
§ 114-53. Duties.
§ 114-54. Compensation and expenses of members.
§ 114-55. State officers, etc., upon request, to furnish data and information to the Council.