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North Carolina General Statutes 15-1 - Statute of limitations for misdemeanors

North Carolina General Statutes > Chapter 15 > Article 1 > § 15-1 - Statute of limitations for misdemeanors


Current as of: 2010

The crimes of deceit and malicious mischief, and the crime of petit larceny where the value of the property does not exceed five dollars ($5.00), and all misdemeanors except malicious misdemeanors, shall be presented or found by the grand jury within two years after the commission of the same, and not afterwards: Provided, that if any indictment found within that time shall be defective, so that no judgment can be given thereon, another prosecution may be instituted for the same offense, within one year after the first shall have been abandoned by the State.

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