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§ 14-7.3. Charge of habitual felon.

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§14‑7.3.  Charge of habitual felon.An indictment which charges aperson who is an habitual felon within the meaning of G.S. 14‑7.1 withthe commission of any felony under the laws of the State of North Carolinamust, in order to sustain a conviction of habitual felon, also charge that saidperson is an habitual felon. The indictment charging the defendant as anhabitual felon shall be separate from the indictment charging him with theprincipal felony. An indictment which charges a person with being an habitualfelon must set forth the date that prior felony offenses were committed, thename of the state or other sovereign against whom said felony offenses werecommitted, the dates that pleas of guilty were entered to or convictionsreturned in said felony offenses, and the identity of the court wherein saidpleas or convictions took place. No defendant charged with being an habitualfelon in a bill of indictment shall be required to go to trial on said chargewithin 20 days of the finding of a true bill by the grand jury; provided, thedefendant may waive this 20‑day period. (1967, c. 1241, s. 3.)
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  • §14‑7.3.  Charge of habitual felon.

    An indictment which charges aperson who is an habitual felon within the meaning of G.S. 14‑7.1 withthe commission of any felony under the laws of the State of North Carolinamust, in order to sustain a conviction of habitual felon, also charge that saidperson is an habitual felon. The indictment charging the defendant as anhabitual felon shall be separate from the indictment charging him with theprincipal felony. An indictment which charges a person with being an habitualfelon must set forth the date that prior felony offenses were committed, thename of the state or other sovereign against whom said felony offenses werecommitted, the dates that pleas of guilty were entered to or convictionsreturned in said felony offenses, and the identity of the court wherein saidpleas or convictions took place. No defendant charged with being an habitualfelon in a bill of indictment shall be required to go to trial on said chargewithin 20 days of the finding of a true bill by the grand jury; provided, thedefendant may waive this 20‑day period. (1967, c. 1241, s. 3.)

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