Bill Summary for H 369 (2013-2014)

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Jul 23 2014

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View NCGA Bill Details2013-2014 Session
House Bill 369 (Public) Filed Wednesday, March 20, 2013
A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO MAKE CHANGES TO VARIOUS CRIMINAL LAWS AND TO CLARIFY TO WHICH LOCAL GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS E‑VERIFY APPLIES.
Intro. by Waddell, Brody, Langdon, Dixon.

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Senate committee substitute makes the following changes to the 5th edition.

Amends GS 15A-145.5(a)(7a), concerning expunction of certain misdemeanors and felonies, deleting language which provided that a person could remain eligible to receive an expunction for offenses under GS 14-54(a), 14-54(a1), or 14-56 that are considered nonviolent misdemeanors or nonviolent felonies if the offense was committed on or before the person's 21st birthday.  

Amends GS 15A-1342, Incidents of probation, deleting authorization for the court to order the Section of Community Corrections of the Division of Adult Correction to supervise an offender's compliance with the terms of a conditional discharge given pursuant to GS 15A-1341(a5), conditional discharge for the purpose of a drug treatment program court program. 

Deletes proposed changes to GS 90-113.22(b) conforming changes.

Amends proposed language for GS 90-113.22A, Possession of marijuana drug paraphernalia, adding language that provides that beyond a violation of this section being considered a Class 3 misdemeanor, it will also be considered as a lesser included offense of GS 90-113.22, Possession of drug paraphernalia. 

  

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