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§ 14-1. Felonies and misdemeanors defined.
§ 14-1.1: Repealed by Session Laws 1993, c. 538, s. 2.
§ 14-2: Repealed by Session Laws 1993, c. 538, s. 2.1.
§ 14-2.1: Repealed by Session Laws 1993, c. 538, s. 3.
§ 14-2.2: Repealed by Session Laws 2003-0378, s. 1, effective August 1, 2003.
§ 14-2.3. Forfeiture of gain acquired through criminal activity.
§ 14-2.4. Punishment for conspiracy to commit a felony.
§ 14-2.5. Punishment for attempt to commit a felony or misdemeanor.
§ 14-2.6. Punishment for solicitation to commit a felony or misdemeanor.
§ 14-3. Punishment of misdemeanors, infamous offenses, offenses committed in secrecy and malice, or with deceit and intent to defraud, or with ethnic animosity.
§ 14-3.1. Infraction defined; sanctions.
§ 14-4. Violation of local ordinances misdemeanor.
§§ 14-5 through 14-5.1: Repealed by Session Laws 1981, c. 686, s. 2, effective July 1, 1981.
§ 14-5.2. Accessory before fact punishable as principal felon.
§ 14-6. Repealed by Session Laws 1981, c. 686, s. 2, effective July 1, 1981.
§ 14-7. Accessories after the fact; trial and punishment.
§ 14-7.1. Persons defined as habitual felons.
§ 14-7.2. Punishment.
§ 14-7.3. Charge of habitual felon.
§ 14-7.4. Evidence of prior convictions of felony offenses.
§ 14-7.5. Verdict and judgment.
§ 14-7.6. Sentencing of habitual felons.
§ 14-7.7. Persons defined as violent habitual felons.
§ 14-7.8. Punishment.
§ 14-7.9. Charge of violent habitual felon.
§ 14-7.10. Evidence of prior convictions of violent felonies.
§ 14-7.11. Verdict and judgment.
§ 14-7.12. Sentencing of violent habitual felons.
§§ 14-7.13 through 14-7.19. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-7.20. Continuing criminal enterprise.
§ 14-8. Rebellion against the State.
§ 14-9: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 14, s. 71(1).
§ 14-10. Secret political and military organizations forbidden.
§ 14-11. Activities aimed at overthrow of government; use of public buildings.
§ 14-12. Punishment for violations.
§ 14-12.1. Certain subversive activities made unlawful.
§ 14-12.2. Definitions.
§ 14-12.3. Certain secret societies prohibited.
§ 14-12.4. Use of signs, grips, passwords or disguises or taking or administering oath for illegal purposes.
§ 14-12.5. Permitting, etc., meetings or demonstrations of prohibited secret societies.
§ 14-12.6. Meeting places and meetings of secret societies regulated.
§ 14-12.7. Wearing of masks, hoods, etc., on public ways.
§ 14-12.8. Wearing of masks, hoods, etc., on public property.
§ 14-12.9. Entry, etc., upon premises of another while wearing mask, hood or other disguise.
§ 14-12.10. Holding meetings or demonstrations while wearing masks, hoods, etc.
§ 14-12.11. Exemptions from provisions of Article.
§ 14-12.12. Placing burning or flaming cross on property of another or on public street or highway or on any public place.
§ 14-12.13. Placing exhibit with intention of intimidating, etc., another.
§ 14-12.14. Placing exhibit while wearing mask, hood, or other disguise.
§ 14-12.15. Punishment for violation of Article.
§ 14-13. Counterfeiting coin and uttering coin that is counterfeit.
§ 14-14. Possessing tools for counterfeiting.
§ 14-15. Issuing substitutes for money without authority.
§ 14-16. Receiving or passing unauthorized substitutes for money.
§§ 14-16.1 through 14-16.5. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-16.6. Assault on executive, legislative, or court officer.
§ 14-16.7. Threats against executive, legislative, or court officers.
§ 14-16.8. No requirement of receipt of the threat.
§ 14-16.9. Officers-elect to be covered.
§ 14-16.10. Definitions.
§ 14-17. Murder in the first and second degree defined; punishment.
§ 14-17.1. Crime of suicide abolished.
§ 14-18. Punishment for manslaughter.
§ 14-18.1: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Extra Session, c. 14, s. 73.
§ 14-18.2. Injury to pregnant woman.
§ 14-19. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 760, s. 5, effective July 1, 1981.
§ 14-20: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 767, s. 29(1).
§§ 14-21 through 14-23. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 682, s. 7, effective January 1, 1980.
§§ 14-24 through 14-25. Repealed by Session Laws, 1975, c. 402.
§§ 14-26 through 14-27. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 682, s. 7, effective January 1, 1980.
§ 14-27.1. Definitions.
§ 14-27.2. First-degree rape.
§ 14-27.2A. Rape of a child; adult offender.
§ 14-27.3. Second-degree rape.
§ 14-27.4. First-degree sexual offense.
§ 14-27.4A. Sexual offense with a child; adult offender.
§ 14-27.5. Second-degree sexual offense.
§ 14-27.5A. Sexual battery.
§ 14-27.6: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 14, s. 71(3).
§ 14-27.7. Intercourse and sexual offenses with certain victims; consent no defense.
§ 14-27.7A. Statutory rape or sexual offense of person who is 13, 14, or 15 years old.
§ 14-27.8. No defense that victim is spouse of person committing act.
§ 14-27.9. No presumption as to incapacity.
§ 14-27.10. Evidence required in prosecutions under this Article.
§ 14-28. Malicious castration.
§ 14-29. Castration or other maiming without malice aforethought.
§ 14-30. Malicious maiming.
§ 14-30.1. Malicious throwing of corrosive acid or alkali.
§ 14-31. Maliciously assaulting in a secret manner.
§ 14-32. Felonious assault with deadly weapon with intent to kill or inflicting serious injury; punishments.
§ 14-32.1. Assaults on handicapped persons; punishments.
§ 14-32.2. Patient abuse and neglect; punishments.
§ 14-32.3. Domestic abuse, neglect, and exploitation of disabled or elder adults.
§ 14-32.4. Assault inflicting serious bodily injury; strangulation; penalties.
§ 14-33. Misdemeanor assaults, batteries, and affrays, simple and aggravated; punishments.
§ 14-33.1. Evidence of former threats upon plea of self-defense.
§ 14-33.2. Habitual misdemeanor assault.
§ 14-34. Assaulting by pointing gun.
§ 14-34.1. Discharging certain barreled weapons or a firearm into occupied property.
§ 14-34.2. Assault with a firearm or other deadly weapon upon governmental officers or employees, company police officers, or campus police officers.
§ 14-34.3. Manufacture, sale, purchase, or possession of teflon-coated types of bullets prohibited.
§ 14-34.4. Adulterated or misbranded food, drugs, or cosmetics; intent to cause serious injury or death; intent to extort.
§ 14-34.5. Assault with a firearm on a law enforcement, probation, or parole officer or on a person employed at a State or local detention facility.
§ 14-34.6. (See editor's note) Assault or affray on a firefighter, an emergency medical technician, medical responder, emergency department nurse, or emergency department physician.
§ 14-34.7. Assault inflicting serious injury on a law enforcement, probation, or parole officer or on a person employed at a State or local detention facility.
§ 14-34.8. Criminal use of laser device.
§ 14-34.9. Discharging a firearm from within an enclosure.
§ 14-35. Hazing; definition and punishment.
§ 14-36: Repealed by Session Laws 2003-299, § 2, effective December 1, 2003, and applicable to offenses committed on or after that date.
§ 14-37. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 7, s. 1.
§ 14-38. Witnesses in hazing trials; no indictment to be founded on self-criminating testimony.
§ 14-39. Kidnapping.
§ 14-40. Enticing minors out of the State for the purpose of employment.
§ 14-41. Abduction of children.
§ 14-42: Repealed by Session Laws 1993, c. 539, s. 1358.2.
§ 14-43: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 767, s. 29(2).
§ 14-43.1. Unlawful arrest by officers from other states.
§ 14-43.2: Repealed by Session Laws 2006-247, s. 20(a), effective December 1, 2006, and applicable to offenses committed on or after that date.
§ 14-43.3. Felonious restraint.
§ 14-43.4. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-43.5. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-43.6. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-43.7. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-43.8. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-43.9. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-43.10. Definitions.
§ 14-43.11. Human trafficking.
§ 14-43.12. Involuntary servitude.
§ 14-43.13. Sexual servitude.
§ 14-44. Using drugs or instruments to destroy unborn child.
§ 14-45. Using drugs or instruments to produce miscarriage or injure pregnant woman.
§ 14-45.1. When abortion not unlawful.
§ 14-46. Concealing birth of child.
§ 14-47. Communicating libelous matter to newspapers.
§ 14-48. Repealed by Session Laws 1975, c. 402.
§ 14-49. Malicious use of explosive or incendiary; punishment.
§ 14-49.1. Malicious damage of occupied property by use of explosive or incendiary; punishment.
§ 14-50: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 14, s. 71(4).
§ 14-50.1. Explosive or incendiary device or material defined.
§ 14-50.2. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-50.3. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-50.4. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-50.5. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-50.6. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-50.7. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-50.8. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-50.9. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-50.10. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-50.11. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-50.12. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-50.13. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-50.14. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-50.15. Short title.
§ 14-50.16. Pattern of criminal street gang activity.
§ 14-50.17. Soliciting; encouraging participation.
§ 14-50.18. Soliciting; encouraging participation; minor.
§ 14-50.19. Threats to deter from gang withdrawal.
§ 14-50.20. Threats of punishment or retaliation.
§ 14-50.21. Separate offense.
§ 14-50.22. Enhanced offense for criminal gang activity.
§ 14-50.23. Contraband, seizure, and forfeiture.
§ 14-50.24. Real property used by criminal street gangs declared a public nuisance; abatement.
§ 14-50.25. Reports of disposition; criminal street gang activity.
§ 14-50.26. Matters proved in criminal trial court.
§ 14-50.27. Local ordinances not preempted by State law.
§ 14-50.27A. Dissemination of criminal intelligence information.
§ 14-50.28. Applicability to juveniles under the age of 16.
§ 14-50.29. Conditional discharge for first offenders under the age of 18.
§ 14-50.30. (See Editor's Note) Expunction of records.
§ 14-51. First and second degree burglary.
§ 14-51.1. Use of deadly physical force against an intruder.
§ 14-52. Punishment for burglary.
§ 14-53. Breaking out of dwelling house burglary.
§ 14-54. Breaking or entering buildings generally.
§ 14-54.1. Breaking or entering a building that is a place of religious worship.
§ 14-55. Preparation to commit burglary or other housebreakings.
§ 14-56. Breaking or entering into or breaking out of railroad cars, motor vehicles, trailers, aircraft, boats, or other watercraft.
§ 14-56.1. Breaking into or forcibly opening coin- or currency-operated machines.
§ 14-56.2. Damaging or destroying coin- or currency-operated machines.
§ 14-56.3. Breaking into paper currency machines.
§ 14-56.4. Preparation to commit breaking or entering into motor vehicles.
§ 14-57. Burglary with explosives.
§ 14-58. Punishment for arson.
§ 14-58.1. Definition of “house” and “building.”
§ 14-58.2. Burning of mobile home, manufactured-type house or recreational trailer home.
§ 14-59. Burning of certain public buildings.
§ 14-60. Burning of schoolhouses or buildings of educational institutions.
§ 14-61. Burning of certain bridges and buildings.
§ 14-62. Burning of certain buildings.
§ 14-62.1. Burning of building or structure in process of construction.
§ 14-62.2. Burning of churches and certain other religious buildings.
§ 14-63. Burning of boats and barges.
§ 14-64. Burning of ginhouses and tobacco houses.
§ 14-65. Fraudulently setting fire to dwelling houses.
§ 14-66. Burning of personal property.
§ 14-67: Repealed by Session Laws 1993, c. 539, s. 1358.2.
§ 14-67.1. Burning other buildings.
§ 14-68. Failure of owner of property to comply with orders of public authorities.
§ 14-69. Failure of officers to investigate incendiary fires.
§ 14-69.1. Making a false report concerning destructive device.
§ 14-69.2. Perpetrating hoax by use of false bomb or other device.
§ 14-69.3. Arson or other unlawful burning that results in serious injury to a firefighter or emergency medical technician.
§ 14-70. Distinctions between grand and petit larceny abolished; punishment; accessories to larceny.
§ 14-71. Receiving stolen goods; receiving or possessing goods represented as stolen.
§ 14-71.1. Possessing stolen goods.
§ 14-72. Larceny of property; receiving stolen goods or possessing stolen goods.
§ 14-72.1. Concealment of merchandise in mercantile establishments.
§ 14-72.2. Unauthorized use of a motor-propelled conveyance.
§ 14-72.3. Removal of shopping cart from shopping premises.
§ 14-72.4. Unauthorized taking or sale of labeled dairy milk cases or milk crates bearing the name or label of owner.
§ 14-72.5. Larceny of motor fuel.
§ 14-72.6. Felonious larceny, possession, or receiving of stolen goods from a permitted construction site.
§ 14-72.7. Chop shop activity.
§ 14-72.8. Felony larceny of motor vehicle parts.
§ 14-72.9. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-72.10. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-72.11. Larceny from a merchant.
§ 14-73. Jurisdiction of the superior courts in cases of larceny and receiving stolen goods.
§ 14-73.1. Petty misdemeanors.
§ 14-74. Larceny by servants and other employees.
§ 14-75. Larceny of chose in action.
§ 14-75.1. Larceny of secret technical processes.
§ 14-76. Larceny, mutilation, or destruction of public records and papers.
§ 14-76.1. Mutilation or defacement of records and papers in the North Carolina State Archives.
§ 14-77. Larceny, concealment or destruction of wills.
§ 14-78. Larceny of ungathered crops.
§ 14-78.1: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 14, s. 72(1).
§ 14-79. Larceny of ginseng.
§ 14-79.1. Larceny of pine needles or pine straw.
§ 14-80: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 14, s. 72(2).
§ 14-81. Larceny of horses, mules, swine, cattle, or dogs.
§ 14-82. Taking horses, mules, or dogs for temporary purposes.
§ 14-83. Repealed by Session Laws 1943, c. 543.
§ 14-83.1. Fixtures subject to larceny.
§ 14-84. Animals subject to larceny.
§ 14-85. Pursuing or injuring livestock with intent to steal.
§ 14-86: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 14, s. 72(3).
§ 14-86.1. Seizure and forfeiture of conveyances used in committing larceny and similar crimes.
§ 14-86.2. Larceny, destruction, defacement, or vandalism of portable toilets or pumper trucks.
§ 14-86.3. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-86.4. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-86.5. Definitions.
§ 14-86.6. Organized retail theft.
§ 14-87. Robbery with firearms or other dangerous weapons.
§ 14-87.1. Punishment for common-law robbery.
§ 14-88. Train robbery.
§ 14-89: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 14, s. 71(5).
§ 14-89.1. Safecracking.
§ 14-90. Embezzlement of property received by virtue of office or employment.
§ 14-91. Embezzlement of State property by public officers and employees.
§ 14-92. Embezzlement of funds by public officers and trustees.
§ 14-93. Embezzlement by treasurers of charitable and religious organizations.
§ 14-94. Embezzlement by officers of railroad companies.
§ 14-95: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 14, s. 71(6).
§§ 14-96 through 14-96.1: Repealed by Session Laws 1989 (Reg. Sess., 1990), c. 1054, s. 6.
§ 14-97. Appropriation of partnership funds by partner to personal use.
§ 14-98. Embezzlement by surviving partner.
§ 14-99. Embezzlement of taxes by officers.
§ 14-100. Obtaining property by false pretenses.
§ 14-100.1. Possession or manufacture of certain fraudulent forms of identification.
§ 14-101. Obtaining signatures by false pretenses.
§ 14-102. Obtaining property by false representation of pedigree of animals.
§ 14-103. Obtaining certificate of registration of animals by false representation.
§ 14-104. Obtaining advances under promise to work and pay for same.
§ 14-105. Obtaining advances under written promise to pay therefor out of designated property.
§ 14-106. Obtaining property in return for worthless check, draft or order.
§ 14-107. Worthless checks.
§ 14-107.1. Prima facie evidence in worthless check cases.
§ 14-107.2. Program for collection in worthless check cases.
§ 14-108. Obtaining property or services from slot machines, etc., by false coins or tokens.
§ 14-109. Manufacture, sale, or gift of devices for cheating slot machines, etc.
§ 14-110. Defrauding innkeeper or campground owner.
§ 14-111: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 14, s. 72(4).
§ 14-111.1. Obtaining ambulance services without intending to pay therefor – Buncombe, Haywood and Madison Counties.
§ 14-111.2. Obtaining ambulance services without intending to pay therefor – certain named counties.
§ 14-111.3. Making unneeded ambulance request in certain counties.
§ 14-111.4. Misuse of 911 system.
§ 14-112. Obtaining merchandise on approval.
§ 14-112.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1967, c. 1088, s. 2.
§ 14-112.2. Exploitation of an elder adult or disabled adult.
§ 14-113. Obtaining money by false representation of physical defect.
§ 14-113.1. Use of false or counterfeit credit device; unauthorized use of another's credit device; use after notice of revocation.
§ 14-113.2. Notice defined; prima facie evidence of receipt of notice.
§ 14-113.3. Use of credit device as prima facie evidence of knowledge.
§ 14-113.4. Avoiding or attempting to avoid payment for telecommunication services.
§ 14-113.5. Making, distributing, possessing, transferring, or programming device for theft of telecommunication service; publication of information regarding schemes, devices, means, or methods for s
§ 14-113.6. Penalties for violation; civil action.
§ 14-113.6A. Venue of offenses.
§ 14-113.7. Article not construed as repealing § 14-100.
§ 14-113.7A. Application of Article to credit cards.
§ 14-113.8. Definitions.
§ 14-113.9. Financial transaction card theft.
§ 14-113.10. Prima facie evidence of theft.
§ 14-113.11. Forgery of financial transaction card.
§ 14-113.12. Prima facie evidence of forgery.
§ 14-113.13. Financial transaction card fraud.
§ 14-113.14. Criminal possession of financial transaction card forgery devices.
§ 14-113.15. Criminal receipt of goods and services fraudulently obtained.
§ 14-113.15A. Criminal factoring of financial transaction card records.
§ 14-113.16. Presumption of criminal receipt of goods and services fraudulently obtained.
§ 14-113.17. Punishment and penalties.
§ 14-113.18. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-113.19. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-113.20. Identity theft.
§ 14-113.20A. Trafficking in stolen identities.
§ 14-113.21. Venue of offenses.
§ 14-113.21A. Investigation of offenses.
§ 14-113.22. Punishment and liability.
§ 14-113.23. Authority of the Attorney General.
§ 14-113.24. Credit, charge, or debit card numbers on receipts.
§ 14-113.25. Sale of certain cash registers and other receipt printing machines.
§ 14-113.26. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-113.27. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-113.28. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-113.29. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-113.30. Definitions.
§ 14-113.31. Prohibition of falsely obtaining, selling, or soliciting telephone records.
§ 14-113.32. Exceptions.
§ 14-113.33. Punishment; liability.
§ 14-114. Fraudulent disposal of personal property on which there is a security interest.
§ 14-115. Secreting property to hinder enforcement of lien or security interest.
§ 14-116: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 767, s. 30(1).
§ 14-117. Fraudulent and deceptive advertising.
§ 14-117.1: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 14, s. 72(5).
§ 14-117.2. Gasoline price advertisements.
§ 14-118. Blackmailing.
§ 14-118.1. Simulation of court process in connection with collection of claim, demand or account.
§ 14-118.2. Assisting, etc., in obtaining academic credit by fraudulent means.
§ 14-118.3. Acquisition and use of information obtained from patients in hospitals for fraudulent purposes.
§ 14-118.4. Extortion.
§ 14-118.5. Theft of cable television service.
§ 14-118.6. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-118.7. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-118.8. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-118.9. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-118.10. Title.
§ 14-118.11. Definitions.
§ 14-118.12. Residential mortgage fraud.
§ 14-118.13. Venue.
§ 14-118.14. Authority to investigate and prosecute.
§ 14-118.15. Penalty for violation of Article.
§ 14-118.16. Forfeiture.
§ 14-118.17. Liability for reporting suspected mortgage fraud.
§ 14-119. Forgery of notes, checks, and other securities; counterfeiting of instruments.
§ 14-120. Uttering forged paper or instrument containing a forged endorsement.
§ 14-121. Selling of certain forged securities.
§ 14-122. Forgery of deeds, wills and certain other instruments.
§ 14-122.1. Falsifying documents issued by a secondary school, postsecondary educational institution, or governmental agency.
§ 14-123. Forging names to petitions and uttering forged petitions.
§ 14-124. Forging certificate of corporate stock and uttering forged certificates.
§ 14-125. Forgery of bank notes and other instruments by connecting genuine parts.
§ 14-126: Repealed by Session Laws 1987, c. 700, s. 2.
§ 14-127. Willful and wanton injury to real property.
§ 14-128. Injury to trees, crops, lands, etc., of another.
§ 14-128.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 964, s. 2.
§ 14-129. Taking, etc., of certain wild plants from land of another.
§ 14-129.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 964, s. 2.
§ 14-129.2. Unlawful to take sea oats.
§ 14-130. Trespass on public lands.
§ 14-131. Trespass on land under option by the federal government.
§ 14-132. Disorderly conduct in and injuries to public buildings and facilities.
§ 14-132.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1987, c. 700, s. 2.
§ 14-132.2. Willfully trespassing upon, damaging, or impeding the progress of a public school bus.
§ 14-133: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 767, s. 30(2).
§ 14-134. Repealed by Session Laws 1987, c. 700, s. 2.
§ 14-134.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1977, c. 887, s. 2.
§ 14-134.2. Operating motor vehicle upon utility easements after being forbidden to do so.
§ 14-134.3. Domestic criminal trespass.
§ 14-135. Cutting, injuring, or removing another's timber.
§ 14-136. Setting fire to grass and brushlands and woodlands.
§ 14-137. Willfully or negligently setting fire to woods and fields.
§ 14-138: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 14, s. 72(6).
§ 14-138.1. Setting fire to grassland, brushland, or woodland.
§ 14-139. Repealed by Session Laws 1981, c. 1100, s. 1.
§ 14-140: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 767, s. 30(3).
§ 14-140.1. Certain fire to be guarded by watchman.
§ 14-141. Burning or otherwise destroying crops in the field.
§ 14-142. Injuries to dams and water channels of mills and factories.
§ 14-143. Repealed by Session Laws 1987, c. 700, s. 2.
§ 14-144. Injuring houses, churches, fences and walls.
§ 14-145. Unlawful posting of advertisements.
§ 14-146. Injuring bridges.
§ 14-147. Removing, altering or defacing landmarks.
§ 14-148. Defacing or desecrating grave sites.
§ 14-149. Desecrating, plowing over or covering up graves; desecrating human remains.
§§ 14-150 through 14-150.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1981, c. 752, s. 3, effective October 1, 1981.
§ 14-151. Interfering with gas, electric and steam appliances.
§ 14-151.1. Interfering with electric, gas or water meters; prima facie evidence of intent to alter, tamper with or bypass electric, gas or water meters; unlawful reconnection of electricity, gas, or
§ 14-152. Injuring fixtures and other property of gas companies; civil liability.
§ 14-153. Tampering with engines and boilers.
§ 14-154. Injuring wires and other fixtures of telephone, telegraph, and electric-power companies.
§ 14-155. Unauthorized connections with telephone or telegraph.
§ 14-156. Injuring fixtures and other property of electric-power companies.
§ 14-157. Felling trees on telephone and electric-power wires.
§ 14-158. Interfering with telephone lines.
§ 14-159. Injuring buildings or fences; taking possession of house without consent.
§ 14-159.1. Contaminating a public water system.
§ 14-159.2. Interference with animal research.
§ 14-159.3. Trespass to land on motorized all terrain vehicle.
§ 14-159.4. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-159.5. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-159.6. Trespass for purposes of hunting, etc., without written consent a misdemeanor.
§ 14-159.7. Regulations as to posting of property.
§ 14-159.8. Mutilation, etc., of “posted” signs; posting signs without consent of owner or agent.
§ 14-159.9. Entrance on navigable waters, etc., for purpose of fishing, hunting or trapping not prohibited.
§ 14-159.10. Enforcement of Article by peace officers; wildlife protectors authorized to execute process.
§ 14-159.11. Definition.
§ 14-159.12. First degree trespass.
§ 14-159.13. Second degree trespass.
§ 14-159.14. Lesser included offenses.
§§ 14-159.15 through 14-159.19. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-159.20. Definitions.
§ 14-159.21. Vandalism; penalties.
§ 14-159.22. Sale of speleothems unlawful; penalties.
§ 14-159.23. Limitation of liability of owners and agents.
§ 14-160. Willful and wanton injury to personal property; punishments.
§ 14-160.1. Alteration, destruction or removal of permanent identification marks from personal property.
§ 14-160.2. Alteration, destruction, or removal of serial number from firearm; possession of firearm with serial number removed.
§ 14-161: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 14, s. 72(7).
§ 14-162. Removing boats.
§ 14-163. Poisoning livestock.
§ 14-163.1. Assaulting a law enforcement agency animal, an assistance animal, or a search and rescue animal.
§ 14-164: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 14, s. 72(8).
§ 14-165. Malicious or willful injury to hired personal property.
§ 14-166. Subletting of hired property.
§ 14-167. Failure to return hired property.
§ 14-168. Hiring with intent to defraud.
§ 14-168.1. Conversion by bailee, lessee, tenant or attorney-in-fact.
§ 14-168.2. Definitions.
§ 14-168.3. Prima facie evidence of intent to convert property.
§ 14-168.4. Failing to return rented property on which there is purchase option.
§ 14-168.5. Prima facie evidence of intent to convert a truck, automobile, or other motor vehicle; demand for return or payment.
§ 14-169. Violation made misdemeanor.
§§ 14-170 through 14-176: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 767, s. 30(4)-(10).
§ 14-177. Crime against nature.
§ 14-178. Incest.
§ 14-179: Repealed by Session Laws 2002-119, s. 2, effective December 1, 2002.
§ 14-180. Repealed by Session Laws 1975, c. 402.
§§ 14-181 through 14-182. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 108, s. 4.
§ 14-183. Bigamy.
§ 14-184. Fornication and adultery.
§ 14-185. Repealed by Session Laws 1975, c. 402.
§ 14-186. Opposite sexes occupying same bedroom at hotel for immoral purposes; falsely registering as husband and wife.
§ 14-187. Repealed by Session Laws 1975, c. 402.
§ 14-188. Certain evidence relative to keeping disorderly houses admissible; keepers of such houses defined; punishment.
§§ 14-189 through 14-189.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 405, s. 4.
§§ 14-189.2 through 14-190. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 591, s. 4.
§ 14-190.1. Obscene literature and exhibitions.
§ 14-190.2. Repealed by Session Laws 1985, c. 703, s. 2.
§ 14-190.3. Repealed by Session Laws 1985, c. 703, s. 3.
§ 14-190.4. Coercing acceptance of obscene articles or publications.
§ 14-190.5. Preparation of obscene photographs, slides and motion pictures.
§ 14-190.6. Employing or permitting minor to assist in offense under Article.
§ 14-190.7. Dissemination to minors under the age of 16 years.
§ 14-190.8. Dissemination to minors under the age of 13 years.
§ 14-190.9. Indecent exposure.
§§ 14-190.10 through 14-190.12. Repealed by Session Laws 1985, c. 703, s. 9.
§ 14-190.13. Definitions for certain offenses concerning minors.
§ 14-190.14. Displaying material harmful to minors.
§ 14-190.15. Disseminating harmful material to minors; exhibiting harmful performances to minors.
§ 14-190.16. First degree sexual exploitation of a minor.
§ 14-190.17. Second degree sexual exploitation of a minor.
§ 14-190.17A. Third degree sexual exploitation of a minor.
§ 14-190.18. Promoting prostitution of a minor.
§ 14-190.19. Participating in prostitution of a minor.
§ 14-190.20. Warrants for obscenity offenses.
§ 14-191. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 591, s. 4.
§§ 14-192 through 14-193. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 405, s. 4.
§ 14-194. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 591, s. 4.
§ 14-195: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 767, s. 30(11).
§ 14-196. Using profane, indecent or threatening language to any person over telephone; annoying or harassing by repeated telephoning or making false statements over telephone.
§§ 14-196.1 through 14-196.2. Repealed by Session Laws 1967, c. 833, s. 3.
§ 14-196.3. Cyberstalking.
§ 14-197. Using profane or indecent language on public highways; counties exempt.
§ 14-198. Repealed by Session Laws 1975, c. 402.
§ 14-199. Obstructing way to places of public worship.
§§ 14-200 through 14-201: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 14, s. 72(9), (10).
§ 14-202. Secretly peeping into room occupied by another person.
§ 14-202.1. Taking indecent liberties with children.
§ 14-202.2. Indecent liberties between children.
§ 14-202.3. Solicitation of child by computer or certain other electronic devices to commit an unlawful sex act.
§ 14-202.4. Taking indecent liberties with a student.
§ 14-202.5. Ban use of commercial social networking Web sites by sex offenders.
§ 14-202.5A. Liability of commercial social networking sites.
§ 14-202.6. Ban on name changes by sex offenders.
§ 14-202.7. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-202.8. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-202.9. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-202.10. Definitions.
§ 14-202.11. Restrictions as to adult establishments.
§ 14-202.12. Violations; penalties.
§ 14-203. Definition of terms.
§ 14-204. Prostitution and various acts abetting prostitution unlawful.
§ 14-204.1. Loitering for the purpose of engaging in prostitution offense.
§ 14-205. Prosecution; in what courts.
§ 14-206. Reputation and prior conviction admissible as evidence.
§ 14-207. Degrees of guilt.
§ 14-208. Punishment; probation; parole.
§ 14-208.1. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-208.2. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-208.3. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-208.4. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-208.5. Purpose.
§ 14-208.6. Definitions.
§ 14-208.6A. Lifetime registration requirements for criminal offenders.
§ 14-208.6B. Registration requirements for juveniles transferred to and convicted in superior court.
§ 14-208.6C. Discontinuation of registration requirement.
§ 14-208.7. (See Editor's note for applicability) Registration.
§ 14-208.8. Prerelease notification.
§ 14-208.8A. Notification requirement for out-of-county employment if temporary residence established.
§ 14-208.9. Change of address; change of academic status or educational employment status; change of online identifier.
§ 14-208.9A. Verification of registration information.
§ 14-208.10. Registration information is public record; access to registration information.
§ 14-208.11. Failure to register; falsification of verification notice; failure to return verification form; order for arrest.
§ 14-208.11A. Duty to report noncompliance of a sex offender; penalty for failure to report in certain circumstances.
§ 14-208.12: Repealed by Session Laws 1997-516, s. 1.
§ 14-208.12A. Request for termination of registration requirement.
§ 14-208.13. File with Police Information Network.
§ 14-208.14. Statewide registry; Division of Criminal Statistics designated custodian of statewide registry.
§ 14-208.15. Certain statewide registry information is public record: access to statewide registry.
§ 14-208.15A. Release of online identifiers to entity; fee.
§ 14-208.16. Residential restrictions.
§ 14-208.17. Sexual predator prohibited from working or volunteering for child-involved activities; limitation on residential use.
§ 14-208.18. Sex offender unlawfully on premises.
§ 14-208.19. Community and public notification.
§ 14-208.19A. Commercial drivers license restrictions.
§ 14-208.20. Sexually violent predator determination; notice of intent; presentence investigation.
§ 14-208.21. Lifetime registration procedure; application of Part 2 of this Article.
§ 14-208.22. Additional registration information required.
§ 14-208.23. Length of registration.
§ 14-208.24. Verification of registration information.
§ 14-208.25: Repealed by Session Laws 2001-373, s. 11.
§ 14-208.26. Registration of certain juveniles adjudicated delinquent for committing certain offenses.
§ 14-208.27. Change of address.
§ 14-208.28. Verification of registration information.
§ 14-208.29. Registration information is not public record; access to registration information available only to law enforcement agencies and local boards of education.
§ 14-208.30. Termination of registration requirement.
§ 14-208.31. File with Police Information Network.
§ 14-208.32. Application of Part.
§ 14-208.33. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-208.34. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-208.35. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-208.36. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-208.37. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-208.38. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-208.39. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-208.40. Establishment of program; creation of guidelines; duties.
§ 14-208.40A. Determination of satellite-based monitoring requirement by court.
§ 14-208.40B. Determination of satellite-based monitoring requirement in certain circumstances.
§ 14-208.40C. Requirements of enrollment.
§ 14-208.41. Enrollment in satellite-based monitoring programs mandatory; length of enrollment.
§ 14-208.42. Offenders required to submit to satellite-based monitoring required to cooperate with Department upon completion of sentence.
§ 14-208.43. Request for termination of satellite-based monitoring requirement.
§ 14-208.44. Failure to enroll; tampering with device.
§ 14-208.45. Fees.
§ 14-209. Punishment for perjury.
§ 14-210. Subornation of perjury.
§ 14-211. Perjury before legislative committees.
§ 14-212: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Extra Session, c. 14, s. 71(7).
§§ 14-213 through 14-216: Repealed by Session Laws 1989 (Reg. Sess., 1990), c. 1054, s. 6.
§ 14-217. Bribery of officials.
§ 14-218. Offering bribes.
§ 14-219. Repealed by Session Laws 1983, c. 780, s. 1.
§ 14-220. Bribery of jurors.
§ 14-221. Breaking or entering jails with intent to injure prisoners.
§ 14-221.1. Altering, destroying, or stealing evidence of criminal conduct.
§ 14-221.2. Altering court documents or entering unauthorized judgments.
§ 14-222: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 767, s. 30(12).
§ 14-223. Resisting officers.
§ 14-224. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 1286, s. 26.
§ 14-225. False reports to law enforcement agencies or officers.
§ 14-225.1. Picketing or parading.
§ 14-225.2. Harassment of and communication with jurors.
§ 14-226. Intimidating or interfering with witnesses.
§ 14-226.1. Violating orders of court.
§ 14-226.2. Harassment of participant in neighborhood crime watch program.
§ 14-226.3. Interference with electronic monitoring devices.
§ 14-227. Failing to attend as witness before legislative committees.
§ 14-227.1. Secret listening to conference between prisoner and his attorney.
§ 14-227.2. Secret listening to deliberations of grand or petit jury.
§ 14-227.3. Violation made misdemeanor.
§ 14-228. Buying and selling offices.
§ 14-229. Acting as officer before qualifying as such.
§ 14-230. Willfully failing to discharge duties.
§ 14-231. Failing to make reports and discharge other duties.
§ 14-232. Swearing falsely to official reports.
§ 14-233. Making of false report by bank examiners; accepting bribes.
§ 14-234. Public officers or employees benefiting from public contracts; exceptions.
§ 14-234.1. Misuse of confidential information.
§ 14-235: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 14, s. 72(11).
§ 14-236: Repealed by Session Laws 2001-409, ss. 2, 3, effective July 1, 2002.
§ 14-237: Repealed by Session Laws 2001-409, ss. 2, 3, effective July 1, 2002.
§ 14-238. Soliciting during school hours without permission of school head.
§ 14-239. Allowing prisoners to escape; punishment.
§ 14-240. District attorney to prosecute officer for escape.
§ 14-241. Disposing of public documents or refusing to deliver them over to successor.
§ 14-242. Failing to return process or making false return.
§ 14-243. Failing to surrender tax list for inspection and correction.
§ 14-244. Failing to file report of fines or penalties.
§ 14-245. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 108, s. 9.
§ 14-246. Failure of ex-magistrate to turn over books, papers and money.
§ 14-247. Private use of publicly owned vehicle.
§ 14-248. Obtaining repairs and supplies for private vehicle at expense of State.
§ 14-249: Repealed by Session Laws 1981, c. 268, s. 1.
§ 14-250: Repealed by Session Laws 2001-424, s. 6.14(d).
§ 14-251. Violation made misdemeanor.
§ 14-252. Five preceding sections applicable to cities and towns.
§ 14-253. Failure of certain railroad officers to account with successors.
§ 14-254. Malfeasance of corporation officers and agents.
§ 14-255. Escape of working prisoners from custody.
§ 14-256. Prison breach and escape from county or municipal confinement facilities or officers.
§ 14-256.1. Escape from private correctional facility.
§ 14-257: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 14, s. 72(12).
§ 14-258. Conveying messages and weapons to or trading with convicts and other prisoners.
§ 14-258.1. (Effective until March 1, 2010) Furnishing poison, controlled substances, deadly weapons, cartridges, ammunition or alcoholic beverages to inmates of charitable, mental or penal institutio
§ 14-258.2. Possession of dangerous weapon in prison.
§ 14-258.3. Taking of hostage, etc., by prisoner.
§ 14-258.4. Malicious conduct by prisoner.
§ 14-259. Harboring or aiding certain persons.
§ 14-260: Recodified as § 162-55 by Session Laws 1983, c. 631, s. 1.
§ 14-261: Recodified as § 162-56 by Session Laws 1983, c. 631, s. 2.
§ 14-262. Repealed by Session Laws 1975, c. 402.
§ 14-263. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 760, s. 4.
§ 14-264: Recodified as § 162-57 by Session Laws 1983, c. 631, s. 3.
§ 14-265. Repealed by Session Laws 1977, c. 711, s. 33.
§ 14-266. Persuading inmates to escape.
§ 14-267. Harboring fugitives.
§ 14-268. Violation made misdemeanor.
§ 14-269. Carrying concealed weapons.
§ 14-269.1. Confiscation and disposition of deadly weapons.
§ 14-269.2. Weapons on campus or other educational property.
§ 14-269.3. Carrying weapons into assemblies and establishments where alcoholic beverages are sold and consumed.
§ 14-269.4. Weapons on State property and in courthouses.
§ 14-269.5. [Reserved.]
§ 14-269.6. Possession and sale of spring-loaded projectile knives prohibited.
§ 14-269.7. Prohibitions on handguns for minors.
§ 14-269.8. Purchase or possession of firearms by person subject to domestic violence order prohibited.
§§ 14-270 through 14-271: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 14, s. 72(13), (14).
§§ 14-272 through 14-275: Repealed by Session Laws 1983, c. 39, ss. 1-4.
§ 14-275.1. Disorderly conduct at bus or railroad station or airport.
§ 14-276. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 357.
§ 14-276.1. Impersonation of firemen or emergency medical services personnel.
§ 14-277. Impersonation of a law-enforcement or other public officer.
§ 14-277.1. Communicating threats.
§ 14-277.2. Weapons at parades, etc., prohibited.
§ 14-277.3: Repealed by Session Laws 2008-167, s. 1, effective December 1, 2008.
§ 14-277.3A. Stalking.
§ 14-277.4. Obstruction of health care facilities.
§ 14-277.4A. Targeted picketing of a residence.
§ 14-277.5. Making a false report concerning mass violence on educational property.
§ 14-278. Willful injury to property of railroads.
§ 14-279. Unlawful injury to property of railroads.
§ 14-279.1. Unlawful impairment of operation of railroads.
§ 14-280. Shooting or throwing at trains or passengers.
§ 14-280.1. Trespassing on railroad right-of-way.
§ 14-280.2. Use of a laser device towards an aircraft.
§ 14-281. Operating trains and streetcars while intoxicated.
§ 14-281.1. Throwing, dropping, etc., objects at sporting events.
§ 14-282. Displaying false lights on seashore.
§ 14-283. Exploding dynamite cartridges and bombs.
§ 14-284. Keeping for sale or selling explosives without a license.
§ 14-284.1. Regulation of sale of explosives; reports; storage.
§ 14-284.2. Dumping of toxic substances.
§ 14-285: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Extra Session, c. 14, s. 72
§ 14-286. Giving false fire alarms; molesting fire-alarm, fire-detection or fire-extinguishing system.
§ 14-286.1. Making false ambulance request.
§ 14-286.2. Interfering with emergency communication.
§ 14-287. Leaving unused well open and exposed.
§ 14-288. Unlawful to pollute any bottles used for beverages.
§ 14-288.1. Definitions.
§ 14-288.2. Riot; inciting to riot; punishments.
§ 14-288.3. Provisions of Article intended to supplement common law and other statutes.
§ 14-288.4. Disorderly conduct.
§ 14-288.5. Failure to disperse when commanded a misdemeanor; prima facie evidence.
§ 14-288.6. Looting; trespass during emergency.
§ 14-288.7. Transporting dangerous weapon or substance during emergency; possessing off premises; exceptions.
§ 14-288.8. Manufacture, assembly, possession, storage, transportation, sale, purchase, delivery, or acquisition of weapon of mass death and destruction; exceptions.
§ 14-288.9. Assault on emergency personnel; punishments.
§ 14-288.10. Frisk of persons during violent disorders; frisk of curfew violators.
§ 14-288.11. Warrants to inspect vehicles in riot areas or approaching municipalities during emergencies.
§ 14-288.12. Powers of municipalities to enact ordinances to deal with states of emergency.
§ 14-288.13. Powers of counties to enact ordinances to deal with states of emergency.
§ 14-288.14. Power of chairman of board of county commissioners to extend emergency restrictions imposed in municipality.
§ 14-288.15. Authority of Governor to exercise control in emergencies.
§ 14-288.16. Effective time, publication, amendment, and recision of proclamations.
§ 14-288.17. Municipal and county ordinances may be made immediately effective if state of emergency exists or is imminent.
§ 14-288.18. Injunction to cope with emergencies at public and private educational institutions.
§ 14-288.19. Governor's power to order evacuation of public building.
§ 14-288.20. Certain weapons at civil disorders.
§ 14-288.21. Unlawful manufacture, assembly, possession, storage, transportation, sale, purchase, delivery, or acquisition of a nuclear, biological, or chemical weapon of mass destruction; exceptions;
§ 14-288.22. Unlawful use of a nuclear, biological, or chemical weapon of mass destruction; punishment.
§ 14-288.23. Making a false report concerning a nuclear, biological, or chemical weapon of mass destruction; punishment; restitution.
§ 14-288.24. Perpetrating hoax by use of false nuclear, biological, or chemical weapon of mass destruction; punishment; restitution.
§ 14-289. Advertising lotteries.
§ 14-290. Dealing in lotteries.
§ 14-291. Selling lottery tickets and acting as agent for lotteries.
§ 14-291.1. Selling “numbers” tickets; possession prima facie evidence of violation.
§ 14-291.2. Pyramid and chain schemes prohibited.
§ 14-292. Gambling.
§ 14-292.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1983, c. 896, s. 2.
§ 14-293. Allowing gambling in houses of public entertainment; penalty.
§ 14-294. Gambling with faro banks and tables.
§ 14-295. Keeping gaming tables, illegal punchboards or slot machines, or betting thereat.
§ 14-296. Illegal slot machines and punchboards defined.
§ 14-297. Allowing gaming tables, illegal punchboards or slot machines on premises.
§ 14-298. Seizure of illegal gaming items.
§ 14-299. Property exhibited by gamblers to be seized; disposition of same.
§ 14-300. Opposing destruction of gaming tables and seizure of property.
§ 14-301. Operation or possession of slot machine; separate offenses.
§ 14-302. Punchboards, vending machines, and other gambling devices; separate offenses.
§ 14-303. Violation of two preceding sections a misdemeanor.
§ 14-304. Manufacture, sale, etc., of slot machines and devices.
§ 14-305. Agreements with reference to slot machines or devices made unlawful.
§ 14-306. Slot machine or device defined.
§ 14-306.1: Repealed by Session Law 2006-6, s. 3, effective July 1, 2007, and applicable to offenses committed on or after that date.
§ 14-306.1A. Types of machines and devices prohibited by law; penalties.
§ 14-306.2. Violation of G.S. 14-306.1A a violation of the ABC laws.
§ 14-306.3. Certain game promotions unlawful.
§ 14-307. Issuance of license prohibited.
§ 14-308. Declared a public nuisance.
§ 14-309. Violation made criminal.
§ 14-309.1. Defense to possession; antique slot machines.
§ 14-309.2: Repealed by Session Laws 2005-276, s. 31.1(v2), effective July 1, 2005.
§ 14-309.3. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-309.4. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-309.5. Bingo.
§ 14-309.6. Definitions.
§ 14-309.7. Licensing procedure.
§ 14-309.8. Limit on sessions.
§ 14-309.9. Bingo prizes.
§ 14-309.10. Operation of bingo.
§ 14-309.11. Accounting and use of proceeds.
§ 14-309.12. Violation is gambling.
§ 14-309.13. Public sessions.
§ 14-309.14. Beach bingo.
§ 14-309.15. Raffles.
§§ 14-309.16 through 14-309.19. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-309.20. Greyhound racing prohibited.
§§ 14-310 through 14-312: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 767, s. 30(13)-(15).
§ 14-313. Youth access to tobacco products.
§ 14-314. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 31.
§ 14-315. Selling or giving weapons to minors.
§ 14-315.1. Storage of firearms to protect minors.
§ 14-315.2. Warning upon sale or transfer of firearm to protect minor.
§ 14-316. Permitting young children to use dangerous firearms.
§ 14-316.1. Contributing to delinquency and neglect by parents and others.
§ 14-317. Permitting minors to enter barrooms or billiard rooms.
§ 14-318. Exposing children to fire.
§ 14-318.1. Discarding or abandoning iceboxes, etc.; precautions required.
§ 14-318.2. Child abuse a misdemeanor.
§ 14-318.3. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 710, s. 7.
§ 14-318.4. Child abuse a felony.
§ 14-319. Repealed by Session Laws 1975, c. 402.
§ 14-320. Repealed by Session Laws 1987, c. 716, s. 2.
§ 14-320.1. Transporting child outside the State with intent to violate custody order.
§ 14-321. Failing to pay minors for doing certain work.
§ 14-321.1. Prohibit baby sitting service by sex offender or in the home of a sex offender.
§ 14-322. Abandonment and failure to support spouse and children.
§ 14-322.1. Abandonment of child or children for six months.
§ 14-322.2. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 838, s. 28.
§ 14-322.3. Abandonment of an infant under seven days of age.
§§ 14-323 through 14-325. Repealed by Session Laws 1981, c. 683, s. 3.
§ 14-325.1. When offense of failure to support child deemed committed in State.
§ 14-326. Repealed by Session Laws 1981, c. 683, s. 3.
§ 14-326.1. Parents; failure to support.
§§ 14-327 through 14-328: Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 872, s. 3.
§ 14-329. Manufacturing, trafficking in, transporting, or possessing poisonous alcoholic beverages.
§§ 14-330 through 14-332. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 872, s. 3.
§ 14-333. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 872, s. 3.
§§ 14-334 through 14-335.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1977, 2nd Session, c. 1134, s. 6.
§ 14-336. Repealed by Session Laws 1983, c. 17, s. 1.
§ 14-337. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 108, s. 13.
§§ 14-338 through 14-339. Repealed by Session Laws 1983, c. 17, ss. 2, 3, effective February 17, 1983.
§ 14-340. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 700.
§ 14-341. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 699.
§ 14-342. Selling or offering to sell meat of diseased animals.
§ 14-343. Unauthorized dealing in railroad tickets.
§ 14-344. Sale of admission tickets in excess of printed price.
§ 14-344.1. Internet sale of admission tickets in excess of printed price.
§ 14-344.2. Prohibition on ticket purchasing software.
§ 14-345: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Extra Session, c. 14, s. 72(16).
§ 14-346. Sale of convict-made goods prohibited.
§§ 14-346.1 through 14-346.2: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 14, s. 72(17), (18).
§ 14-347: Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 350.
§ 14-348. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 701.
§ 14-349. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 351.
§ 14-350. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 352.
§ 14-351. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 353.
§ 14-352. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 354.
§ 14-353. Influencing agents and servants in violating duties owed employers.
§ 14-354. Witness required to give self-incriminating evidence; no suit or prosecution to be founded thereon.
§ 14-355. Blacklisting employees.
§ 14-356: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 767, s. 30(16).
§ 14-357: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 14, s. 72(19).
§ 14-357.1. Requiring payment for medical examination, etc., as condition of employment.
§ 14-358. Local: Violation of certain contracts between landlord and tenant.
§ 14-359. Local: Tenant neglecting crop; landlord failing to make advances; harboring or employing delinquent tenant.
§ 14-360. Cruelty to animals; construction of section.
§ 14-360.1. Immunity for veterinarian reporting animal cruelty.
§ 14-361. Instigating or promoting cruelty to animals.
§ 14-361.1. Abandonment of animals.
§ 14-362. Cockfighting.
§ 14-362.1. Animal fights and baiting, other than cock fights, dog fights and dog baiting.
§ 14-362.2. Dog fighting and baiting.
§ 14-362.3. Restraining dogs in a cruel manner.
§ 14-363. Conveying animals in a cruel manner.
§ 14-363.1. Living baby chicks or other fowl, or rabbits under eight weeks of age; disposing of as pets or novelties forbidden.
§ 14-363.2. Confiscation of cruelly treated animals.
§ 14-364. Repealed by Session Laws 1945, c. 635.
§ 14-365. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 110.
§ 14-366. Molesting or injuring livestock.
§ 14-367. Altering the brands of and misbranding another's livestock.
§ 14-368. Placing poisonous shrubs and vegetables in public places.
§ 14-369: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 14, s. 72(20).
§ 14-370. Wrongfully obtaining or divulging knowledge of telephonic messages.
§ 14-371. Violating privacy of telegraphic messages; failure to transmit and deliver same promptly.
§ 14-372. Unauthorized opening, reading or publishing of sealed letters and telegrams.
§ 14-373. Bribery of players, managers, coaches, referees, umpires or officials.
§ 14-374. Acceptance of bribes by players, managers, coaches, referees, umpires or officials.
§ 14-375. Completion of offenses set out in §§ 14-373 and 14-374.
§ 14-376. Bribe defined.
§ 14-377. Intentional losing of athletic contest or limiting margin of victory or defeat.
§ 14-378. Venue.
§ 14-379. Bonus or extra compensation not forbidden.
§ 14-380. Repealed by Session Laws 1951, c. 364, s. 8.
§ 14-380.1. Bribery of horse show judges or officials.
§ 14-380.2. Bribery attempts to be reported.
§ 14-380.3. Bribe defined.
§ 14-380.4. Printing Article in horse show schedules.
§ 14-381. Desecration of State and United States flag.
§ 14-382. Pollution of water on lands used for dairy purposes.
§ 14-383. Cutting timber on town watershed without disposing of boughs and debris; misdemeanor.
§ 14-384. Injuring notices and advertisements.
§ 14-385. Defacing or destroying public notices and advertisements.
§ 14-386: Repealed by Session Laws 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 14, s. 72(21).
§ 14-387. Repealed by Session Laws 1945, c. 635.
§ 14-388. Repealed by Session Laws 1943, c. 543.
§ 14-389: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 767, s. 30(17).
§§ 14-390 through 14-390.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1969, c. 970, s. 11.
§ 14-391. Usurious loans on household and kitchen furniture or assignment of wages.
§§ 14-392 through 14-393: Repealed by Session Laws 1989, c. 508, s. 4.
§ 14-394. Anonymous or threatening letters, mailing or transmitting.
§ 14-395. Commercialization of American Legion emblem; wearing by nonmembers.
§ 14-395.1. Sexual harassment.
§§ 14-396 through 14-397: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 767, s. 30(18), (19).
§ 14-398. Theft or destruction of property of public libraries, museums, etc.
§ 14-399. Littering.
§ 14-399.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1989, c. 784, s. 7.
§ 14-399.2. Certain plastic yoke and ring type holding devices prohibited.
§ 14-400. Tattooing; body piercing prohibited.
§ 14-401. Putting poisonous foodstuffs, antifreeze, etc., in certain public places, prohibited.
§ 14-401.1. Misdemeanor to tamper with examination questions.
§ 14-401.2. Misdemeanor for detective to collect claims, accounts, etc.
§ 14-401.3. Inscription on gravestone or monument charging commission of crime.
§ 14-401.4. Identifying marks on machines and apparatus; application to Division of Motor Vehicles for numbers.
§ 14-401.5: Repealed by Session Laws 2004-203, s. 21, effective August 17, 2004.
§ 14-401.6. Unlawful to possess, etc., tear gas except for certain purposes.
§ 14-401.7. Persons, firms, banks and corporations dealing in securities on commission taxed as a private banker.
§ 14-401.8. Refusing to relinquish party telephone line in emergency; false statement of emergency.
§ 14-401.9. Parking vehicle in private parking space without permission.
§ 14-401.10. Soliciting advertisements for official publications of law-enforcement officers' associations.
§ 14-401.11. Distribution of certain food at Halloween and all other times prohibited.
§ 14-401.12. Soliciting charitable contributions by telephone.
§ 14-401.13. Failure to give right to cancel in off-premises sales.
§ 14-401.14. Ethnic intimidation; teaching any technique to be used for ethnic intimidation.
§ 14-401.15. Telephone sales recovery services.
§ 14-401.16. Contaminate food or drink to render one mentally incapacitated or physically helpless.
§ 14-401.17. Unlawful removal or destruction of electronic dog collars.
§ 14-401.18. Sale of certain packages of cigarettes prohibited.
§ 14-401.19. Filing false security agreements.
§ 14-401.20. Defrauding drug and alcohol screening tests; penalty.
§ 14-401.21. Practicing “rebirthing technique”; penalty.
§ 14-401.22. Concealment of death.
§ 14-401.23. Unlawful manufacture, sale, delivery, or possession of Salvia divinorum.
§ 14-402. Sale of certain weapons without permit forbidden.
§ 14-403. Permit issued by sheriff; form of permit; expiration of permit.
§ 14-404. Issuance or refusal of permit; appeal from refusal; grounds for refusal; sheriff's fee.
§ 14-405. Record of permits kept by sheriff.
§ 14-406. Dealer to keep record of sales; exception.
§ 14-406.1. Permit issued to manufacturer, wholesale dealer, or retail dealer of crossbows deemed to be a continuing permit.
§ 14-407: Repealed by Session Laws 1997-6.
§ 14-407.1. Sale of blank cartridge pistols.
§ 14-408. Violation of § 14-406 a misdemeanor.
§ 14-409. Machine guns and other like weapons.
§§ 14-409.1 through 14-409.9: Repealed by Session Laws 1995, c. 487, s. 4.
§ 14-409.10. Purchase of rifles and shotguns out of State.
§ 14-409.11. “Antique firearm” defined.
§ 14-409.12. “Historic edged weapons” defined.
§§ 14-409.13 through 14-409.38. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-409.39. Definitions.
§ 14-409.40. Statewide uniformity of local regulation.
§§ 14-409.41 through 14-409.44. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-409.45. Definitions.
§ 14-409.46. Sport shooting range protection.
§ 14-409.47. Application of Article.
§ 14-410. (Effective until February 1, 2010) Manufacture, sale and use of pyrotechnics prohibited; exceptions; sale to persons under the age of 16 prohibited.
§ 14-411. Sale deemed made at site of delivery.
§ 14-412. Possession prima facie evidence of violation.
§ 14-413. Permits for use at public exhibitions.
§ 14-414. Pyrotechnics defined; exceptions.
§ 14-415. Violation made misdemeanor.
§ 14-415.1. Possession of firearms, etc., by felon prohibited.
§ 14-415.2: Repealed by Session Laws 1975, c. 870, s. 3.
§ 14-415.3. Possession of a firearm or weapon of mass destruction by persons acquitted of certain crimes by reason of insanity or persons determined to be incapable to proceed prohibited.
§§ 14-415.4 through 14-415.9. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-415.10. Definitions.
§ 14-415.11. Permit to carry concealed handgun; scope of permit.
§ 14-415.12. Criteria to qualify for the issuance of a permit.
§ 14-415.12A. Firearms safety and training course exemption for qualified sworn law enforcement officers and certain other persons.
§ 14-415.13. Application for a permit; fingerprints.
§ 14-415.14. Application form to be provided by sheriff; information to be included in application form.
§ 14-415.15. Issuance or denial of permit.
§ 14-415.16. Renewal of permit.
§ 14-415.16A. Permit extensions and renewals for deployed military permittees.
§ 14-415.17. Permit; sheriff to retain and make available to law enforcement agencies a list of permittees.
§ 14-415.18. Revocation or suspension of permit.
§ 14-415.19. Fees.
§ 14-415.20. No liability of sheriff.
§ 14-415.21. Violations of this Article punishable as an infraction and a Class 2 misdemeanor.
§ 14-415.22. Construction of Article.
§ 14-415.23. Statewide uniformity.
§ 14-415.24. Reciprocity; out-of-state handgun permits.
§ 14-415.25. Exemption from permit requirement.
§ 14-415.26. Certification of qualified retired law enforcement officers.
§ 14-416. Mishandling of certain reptiles declared public nuisance and criminal offense.
§ 14-417. Regulation of ownership or use of venomous reptiles.
§ 14-417.1. Regulation of ownership or use of large constricting snakes.
§ 14-417.2. Regulation of ownership or use of crocodilians.
§ 14-418. Prohibited handling of reptiles or suggesting or inducing others to handle.
§ 14-419. Investigation of suspected violations; seizure and examination of reptiles; disposition of reptiles.
§ 14-420. Arrest of persons violating provisions of Article.
§ 14-421. Exemptions from provisions of Article.
§ 14-422. Criminal penalties and civil remedies for violation.
§ 14-423. Definitions.
§ 14-424. Engaging, etc., in business of debt adjusting a misdemeanor.
§ 14-425. Enjoining practice of debt adjusting; appointment of receiver for money and property employed.
§ 14-426. Certain persons and transactions not deemed debt adjusters or debt adjustment.
§§ 14-427 through 14-431. Repealed by Session Laws 1969, c. 970, s. 11.
§ 14-432. Definitions.
§ 14-433. Recording of live performances or recorded sounds and distribution, etc., of such recordings unlawful in certain circumstances.
§ 14-434. Retailing, etc., of certain recorded devices unlawful.
§ 14-435. Recorded devices to show true name and address of manufacturer.
§ 14-436. Recorded devices; civil action for damages.
§ 14-437. Violation of Article; penalties.
§ 14-438. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-439. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-440. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-440.1. Unlawful operation of an audiovisual recording device.
§ 14-441: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-442: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-443. Definitions.
§ 14-444. Intoxicated and disruptive in public.
§ 14-445. Defense of alcoholism.
§ 14-446. Disposition of defendant acquitted because of alcoholism.
§ 14-447. No prosecution for public intoxication.
§§ 14-448 through 14-452. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-453. Definitions.
§ 14-453.1. Exceptions.
§ 14-453.2. Jurisdiction.
§ 14-454. Accessing computers.
§ 14-454.1. Accessing government computers.
§ 14-455. Damaging computers, computer programs, computer systems, computer networks, and resources.
§ 14-456. Denial of computer services to an authorized user.
§ 14-456.1. Denial of government computer services to an authorized user.
§ 14-457. Extortion.
§ 14-458. Computer trespass; penalty.
§ 14-458.1. Cyber-bullying; penalty.
§ 14-459. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 14-460. Riding on train unlawfully.
§ 14-461. Unauthorized manufacture or sale of switch-lock keys a misdemeanor.