In North Carolina a person may use deadly force when defending themselves or others from the threat of immediate death or serious injury. This applies when the person in in their home, vehicle, or place of work. The person using the defensive force must stop when the aggressor has stopped the illegal action, or has retreated from the premises. There is no duty to retreat from where the person has the right to be. In this case deadly force maybe used to prevent immediate death.
+Q: Does North Carolina have a "stand-your-ground" law?
+Q: Does North Carolina uphold a peaceable journey?
+Q: Does North Carolina have restrictions on assault weapons?
+Q: What NFA restrictions does North Carolina have?