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Attorney Bill Powers discusses:  When Do They Need a Search Warrant in North Carolina?

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North Carolina Historic CapitolBurt’s Law  increases punishments for Criminal Abuse and Exploitation in North Carolina.

Chapter 122C of the North Carolina General Statues is entitled the, “Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Act of 1985” and sets forth:

The policy of the State is to assist individuals with needs for mental health, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse services in ways consistent with the dignity, rights, and responsibilities of all North Carolina citizens.

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Modified Transcript for “What Is Required To Search?” for the Hearing Impaired:

SEE RELATED: Form and Content of the Search Warrant

Chapter 15A-246 explains what is required to search, generally speaking, in a North Carolina Search Warrant.  While not an exhaustive list, the North Carolina General Statutes set forth:

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