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Yes they can and it has nothing to do with the eviction judgment, this is an entirely different circumstance.
Writing checks on an account you know has been closed or has insufficient funds is another serious criminal offense. Commonly know as bad checks, worthless checks is the legal terminology under NC criminal law.
Even if you didn’t know there were insufficient funds, but the prosecution can show that you should have known, you can be found guilty. More than $2,000 (Class I felony) = 3-8 months in prison (first time offender) and Less than $2,000 (Class 2 misdemeanor) = 30 days- 6 months in jail NCGS 14-107
In addition to criminal charges, you can face civil liabilities for worthless checks. This means that restitution and fees may be due to the bank and the merchant that the checks were passed to.
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