AN ACT TO PROVIDE THAT THE NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF PERSONS REQUESTING TO BE EXCUSED FROM JURY DUTY BASED ON DISQUALIFICATION SHALL BE RETAINED BY THE CLERK OF SUPERIOR COURT FOR NOT LESS THAN TWO YEARS; TO RECODIFY THE STATUTE THAT PROHIBITS THE USE OF CERTAIN FORMS OF IDENTIFICATION BY STATE AND LOCAL OFFICIALS; TO REPEAL A STATUTORY EXCEPTION TO THAT STATUTE; AND TO CREATE ADDITIONAL INCENTIVES FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT TO COMPLY WITH STATE LAWS RELATED TO IMMIGRATION.
Enacts new GS 9-6.2 as the title indicates. Requires that the names and addresses of persons excused from jury duty based on disqualification are to be maintained by the clerk of superior clerk for no less than two years as a public record as defined in GS 132-1. Provides that medical information submitted to show that a person is not physically or mentally competent for jury duty does not have to be maintained by the clerk and prohibits such medical information from being made public. Makes a conforming change to GS 9-6(e). Becomes effective July 1, 2015.
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