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§ 162‑38.  Wherejail unfit or insecure, courts may commit to jail of adjoining county.

Whenever there is an unfit or insecure jail in any county, the judicialofficers of such county may commit any persons brought before them, whether ina criminal or civil proceeding, to the jail of any adjoining county, for thesame causes and under the like regulations that they might have orderedcommitments to the usual jail; and the sheriffs and other officers of suchcounty in which there is an unfit or insecure jail, and the sheriffs or keepersof the jails of the adjoining counties, shall obey any order of commitment somade. (1835, c. 2, s. 2; R.C.,c. 87, s. 3; Code, s. 3458; Rev., s. 1350; C.S., s. 1354; 1973, c. 57, s. 2; c.822, s. 3; 1983, c. 670, s. 17.)

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_162 > GS_162-38

§ 162‑38.  Wherejail unfit or insecure, courts may commit to jail of adjoining county.

Whenever there is an unfit or insecure jail in any county, the judicialofficers of such county may commit any persons brought before them, whether ina criminal or civil proceeding, to the jail of any adjoining county, for thesame causes and under the like regulations that they might have orderedcommitments to the usual jail; and the sheriffs and other officers of suchcounty in which there is an unfit or insecure jail, and the sheriffs or keepersof the jails of the adjoining counties, shall obey any order of commitment somade. (1835, c. 2, s. 2; R.C.,c. 87, s. 3; Code, s. 3458; Rev., s. 1350; C.S., s. 1354; 1973, c. 57, s. 2; c.822, s. 3; 1983, c. 670, s. 17.)


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_162 > GS_162-38

§ 162‑38.  Wherejail unfit or insecure, courts may commit to jail of adjoining county.

Whenever there is an unfit or insecure jail in any county, the judicialofficers of such county may commit any persons brought before them, whether ina criminal or civil proceeding, to the jail of any adjoining county, for thesame causes and under the like regulations that they might have orderedcommitments to the usual jail; and the sheriffs and other officers of suchcounty in which there is an unfit or insecure jail, and the sheriffs or keepersof the jails of the adjoining counties, shall obey any order of commitment somade. (1835, c. 2, s. 2; R.C.,c. 87, s. 3; Code, s. 3458; Rev., s. 1350; C.S., s. 1354; 1973, c. 57, s. 2; c.822, s. 3; 1983, c. 670, s. 17.)

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