Which breathalyzer does the state of North Carolina use?

Answer Law enforcement officers in North Carolina use one of two machines for breath sampling in the case of a potential DWI offense: Intoximeter EC/IR-II or Intoxilyzer 5000. Both machines utilize an inf... Read More »

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When did north carolina become a state?

According to, the state of North Carolina was accepted into statehood on November 21, 1789. It is the 12th historically accepted state of the 50 current states listed in the U.S. Const... Read More »

What is the north carolina state government?

The government of North Carolina largely mirrors the way the federal government is set up. There are three branches--the executive, the legislative and the judicial branches, consisting of both ele... Read More »

When did north carolina become a confederate state?

North Carolina joined the Confederate States of America on May 20, 1861, more than a month after the surrender of Fort Sumter. North Carolina was the last of the 11 states that joined the Confedera... Read More »

Does north carolina have a state income tax?

North Carolina has a state income tax. In 2010 the rate was 6 percent on personal income below $12,750. It was 7 percent on personal income between $12,750 and $60,000, and it was 7.75 percent on p... Read More »