An article or apparatus maintained or kept in violation of G. (b1) The erection, establishment, continuance, maintenance, use, ownership or leasing of any building or place for the pirpose of carrying on, conducting, or engaging in any activities in violation of G. If the court determines that the defense has been proved the slot machine shall be returned immediately to the defendant. 1090.) Click here for Part 2: North Carolina Charitable Gaming Laws 16-1. All wagers, bets or stakes made to depend upon any race, or upon any gaming by lot or chance, or upon any lot, chance, casualty or unknown or contingent event whatever, shall be unlawful; and all contracts, judgments, conveyances and assurances for and on account of any money or property, or thing in action, so wagered, bet or staked, or to repay, or to secure any money, or property, or thing in action, lent or advanced for the purpose of such wagering, betting, or staking as aforesaid, shall be void. (b) The erection, establishment, continuance, maintenance, use, ownership or leasing of any building or place wherein or whereon are carried on, conducted, or permitted repeated acts which create and constitute a breach of the peace shall constitute a nuisance.
Another lawsuit accused Fields of roughing up Carlos Martin and his wife, Tashiana, during a 2005 arrest, three years before the Sheriff’s Department assigned him to patrol Spring Valley. Blake recalled how Fields threw her off a bus after she and her sister got into a shouting match with some other girls. Junior Drew Pickrel, 17, said that when he was busted after a pocket knife fell out of his backpack Fields was “completely nice” and patiently explained why he had to arrest him.Katherine Phemister, an 18-year-old senior, said Fields bought sodas for students who didn't have cash and only got physical when he had to break up fights.The Department of Revenue shall compile the reports and make a summary report each quarter to the Joint Legislative Commission on Governmental Operations. - The North Carolina Sheriffs' Association, Inc., after consultation with the Division of Alcohol Law Enforcement, and the Conference of District Attorneys of North Carolina, shall report to the Joint Legislative Commission on Governmental Operations no later than January 1, 2001, its estimates of the costs of the registration process and the cost of enforcement of this section, along with suggested fees to make the registration and enforcement self supporting, and recommendations as to a system with registration at the State level and primary enforcement at the local level. 14 309(a) may possess any video gaming machine as defined in G. Such fee schedule is not effective until approved by the General Assembly. - This section shall not apply to: (1) Assemblers, repairers, manufacturers, sellers, lessors, or transporters of video gaming machines who assemble, repair, manufacture, sell, lease, or transport them for use out of state, or (2) Assemblers, repairers, manufacturers, sellers, lessors, or transporters of video gaming machines who assemble, repair, manufacture, sell, or lease video gaming machines for use only by a federally recognized Indian tribe if such machines may be lawfully used on Indian land under the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act. To determine whether a practitioner has been previously disciplined, click on this link for the List of Previously Disciplined Practitioners.