State v. Dale, 245 N.C. App. 497 (Feb. 16, 2016)

The court rejected the defendant’s constitutional challenge to G.S. 14-132(a)(1), proscribing disorderly conduct in a public building or facility. Because the North Carolina Supreme Court has already decided that a statute “that is virtually identical” to the one at issue is not void for vagueness, the court found itself bound to uphold the constitutionality of the challenge the statute.