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1. NC Gen. Stat. 15-10 Speedy trial or discharge on commitment for felony (North Carolina General Statutes (2011 Edition)) North Carolina General Statutes North Carolina General Statutes (2011 Edition) Criminal Procedure (Article 1 to Article 23) General Provisions (Section 15-1 to Section 15-10.4) Speedy trial or discharge on commitment for felony When any person who has been committed for treason or felony, plainly and specially expressed in the warrant of commitment, upon his prayer in open court to be brought to his trial, shall not be indicted some time in the next term of the superior or criminal court ensuing such commitment, the judge of the court, upon notice in open court on the last day of the term, shall set at liberty such prisoner upon bail, unless it appear upon oath that the witnesses for the State could not be produced at... 2. Article 35 Speedy Trial (Sections 15A-701 through 15A-710) (North Carolina General Statutes (2011 Edition)) North Carolina General Statutes North Carolina General Statutes (2011 Edition) Criminal Procedure Act (Article 1 to Article 101) Speedy Trial (Sections 15A-701 through 15A-710) 3. NC Gen. Stat. 15A-761 Agreement on Detainers entered into; form and contents (North Carolina General Statutes (2011 Edition)) North Carolina General Statutes North Carolina General Statutes (2011 Edition) Criminal Procedure Act (Article 1 to Article 101) Interstate Agreement on Detainers (Section 15A-761 to Sections 15A-768 through 15A-770) Agreement on Detainers entered into; form and contents The party states find that charges outstanding against a prisoner, detainers based on untried indictments, informations or complaints, and difficulties in securing speedy trial of persons already incarcerated in other jurisdictions, produce uncertainties which obstruct programs of prisoner treatment and rehabilitation. Accordingly, it is the policy of the party states and the purpose of this agreement to encourage the expeditious and orderly disposition of such charges and determination of the... 4. NC Gen. Stat. 15A-927 Severance of offenses; objection to joinder of defendants for trial (North Carolina General Statutes (2011 Edition)) North Carolina General Statutes North Carolina General Statutes (2011 Edition) Criminal Procedure Act (Article 1 to Article 101) Pleadings and Joinder (Section 15A-921 to Section 15A-930) Severance of offenses; objection to joinder of defendants for trial a. If before trial, it is found necessary to protect a defendant's right to a speedy trial, or it is found necessary to promote a fair determination of the guilt or innocence of one or more defendants;... 5. NC Gen. Stat. 15A-954 Motion to dismiss Grounds applicable to all criminal pleadings; dismissal of proceedings upon death of defendant (North Carolina General Statutes (2011 Edition)) North Carolina General Statutes North Carolina General Statutes (2011 Edition) Criminal Procedure Act (Article 1 to Article 101) Motions Practice (Section 15A-951 to Sections 15A-960 through 15A-970) Motion to dismiss Grounds applicable to all criminal pleadings; dismissal of proceedings upon death of defendant (3) The defendant has been denied a speedy trial as required by the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of North... 6. NC Gen. Stat. 122C-361 Compact entered into; form of Compact (North Carolina General Statutes (2011 Edition)) North Carolina General Statutes North Carolina General Statutes (2011 Edition) Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Act of 1985 (Article 1 to Article 6) Procedure for Admission and Discharge of Clients (Section 122C-201 to Sections 122C-367 through 122C-400) Compact entered into; form of Compact Whenever a dangerous or potentially dangerous patient escapes from an institution in any
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party state, that state shall promptly notify all appropriate authorities within and without the jurisdiction of the escape in a way reasonably calculated to facilitate the speedy apprehension of the escapee. Immediately upon the apprehension and identification of any such dangerous or potentially dangerous patient, he shall be detained in the state where found pending disposition in accordance with... 7. NC Gen. Stat. 96-4 Administration; powers and duties of the Assistant Secretary; Board of Review (North Carolina General Statutes (2011 Edition)) North Carolina General Statutes North Carolina General Statutes (2011 Edition) Employment Security (Article 1 to Article 4) Division of Employment Security (Section 96-1 to Section 96-7) Administration; powers and duties of the Assistant Secretary; Board of Review (r) The cause shall be entitled "State of North Carolina on Relationship of the Division of Employment Security, Department of Commerce, of North Carolina against (here insert name of appellant)," and if there are exceptions to any facts found by the Board of Review, it shall be placed on the civil issue docket of such court and shall have precedence over other civil actions except those described in G.S. 9610(b), and such cause shall be tried under such rules and regulations...

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