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North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 162 > Article 4 - County Prisoners

North Carolina General Statutes > Chapter 162 > Article 4 - County Prisoners


Current as of: 2010
§ 162-32Bond of prisoner committed on capias in civil action
§ 162-33Prisoner may furnish necessaries
§ 162-34United States prisoners
§ 162-35Arrest of escaped persons from penal institutions
§ 162-36Transfer of prisoners to succeeding sheriff
§ 162-38Where jail unfit or insecure, courts may commit to jail of adjoining county
§ 162-39Transfer of prisoners when necessary for safety and security; application of section to municipalities
§ 162-40When jail destroyed, transfer of prisoners provided for
§ 162-40.1Reimbursement for transfer of prisoners
§ 162-50Penalties
§ 162-55Injury to prisoner by jailer
§ 162-56Place of confinement
§ 162-57Record to be kept; items of record
§ 162-58Counties may work prisoners
§ 162-59Person having custody to approve prisoners for work
§ 162-59.1Person having custody to approve prisoners for participation in education and other programs
§ 162-60Reduction in sentence allowed for work, education, and other programs
§ 162-61Liability of county
§ 162-62Legal status of prisoners

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