North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 52. Powers and Liabilities of Married Persons § 52-12. Postnuptial crimes and torts
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No married person shall be liable for damages accruing from any tort committed by his or her spouse, or for any costs or fines incurred in any criminal proceeding against such spouse.
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