Castle Doctrine - NC

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    Castle Doctrine - NC

    I found this website from another thread on here. This website states that NC has a Castle Doctrine. When did this happen? I thought this bill got held up last summer.

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    I believe the bill actually died.
    House Bill 476-First Edition

    But I can't find anything more current, and it looks like this is from 24 months ago. Maybe the current on-line petition finally got someone's attention?

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    Wait, I just found this -- looks like it was filed in 07 and then something about "last updated" this past September, but that may just be for the actual .pdf file online. Maybe this will help?

    H476 - North Carolina: Castle Doctrine for NC.

    I clicked on "filed."

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    When I took the CHL class they definitely covered the Castle Doctrine for NC. It does NOT cover property outside the house, your vehicle, or yard etc as some states do, but it does apply to the home.
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    Is the link I posted in Feb regarding trying to change The Castle Doctrine law.

    http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...-petition.html
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    It's too bad that some POS has been riddling this petition with his racial stupidity.

    There must be over 100 post with his spew in it.
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    NC did not pass castle doctrine

    NC castle doctrine died w/o being passed. here is a link for you to look at

    http://www.ncga.state.nc.us/Sessions...ML/H476v1.html

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    Please relist the link. It's coming up a dead link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by purpledragon View Post
    When I took the CHL class they definitely covered the Castle Doctrine for NC. It does NOT cover property outside the house, your vehicle, or yard etc as some states do, but it does apply to the home.
    Yep.

    NC has a Castle Doctrine - Just not a very good one that is intended to protect a criminal's right to steal your stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by purpledragon View Post
    When I took the CHL class they definitely covered the Castle Doctrine for NC. It does NOT cover property outside the house, your vehicle, or yard etc as some states do, but it does apply to the home.
    Yeah, I was proud of Kentucky for changing our's. We are not required to retreat from anyplace we have a legal right to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evil Drew M View Post
    Yep.

    NC has a Castle Doctrine - Just not a very good one that is intended to protect a criminal's right to steal your stuff.
    At least they have a Castle Doctrine, VA doesn't, and it sucks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    At least they have a Castle Doctrine, VA doesn't, and it sucks!

    That was his point, NC doesn't either. Very specific conditions have to exist before you can defend yourself with deadly force. And even then, you may find yourself with a civil suit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardlivin View Post
    That was his point, NC doesn't either. Very specific conditions have to exist before you can defend yourself with deadly force. And even then, you may find yourself with a civil suit.
    Actually NC does have a Castle Doctrine, it is just limited in scope. VA does not have a Castle Doctrine of any kind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    Actually NC does have a Castle Doctrine, it is just limited in scope. VA does not have a Castle Doctrine of any kind.
    With all the fine print, we might as well not have a Castle Doctrine.

    Basically the Stars and Planets MUST be aligned in a geo-significant formation in order to defend ourselves.

    Even then we can be sued civilly by the BG or thier kin.

    Where is that a Castle Doctrine? That's just a turd painted to look good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hardlivin View Post
    That was his point, NC doesn't either. Very specific conditions have to exist before you can defend yourself with deadly force. And even then, you may find yourself with a civil suit.
    Which is why people should support "loser pays" in all civil ligitation. ;-)
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