Bill Summary for H 92 (2013-2014)

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May 8 2013

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View NCGA Bill Details2013-2014 Session
House Bill 92 (Public) Filed Tuesday, February 12, 2013
A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO MAKE TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS TO THE GENERAL STATUTES AND SESSION LAWS, AS RECOMMENDED BY THE GENERAL STATUTES COMMISSION, AND TO MAKE ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL AND OTHER CHANGES TO THE GENERAL STATUTES AND SESSION LAWS.
Intro. by Blust.

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House committee substitute to the 1st edition makes the following changes.

Amends GS 13-1 to clarify that a convicted person's rights are automatically restored upon the unconditional discharge by the agency of the state having jurisdiction of that person (was, by the Division of Adult Correction of the Department of Public Safety).

Amends GS 15A-145.5 to provide that a person may file a petition for expunction of a nonviolent conviction if the person has no other misdemeanor or felony convictions, other than a traffic violation [was, and was also convicted of a nonviolent misdemeanor or nonviolent felony that is eligible pursuant to (b)].

Amends GS 20-183.2(a1) to exempt from safety inspection historic vehicles described in GS 20-79.4(b)(88) [was, defined in GS 20-79.4(b)(63)].

Amends GS 28A-2-6(e) to make a technical correction to a rule number.

Amends GS 115D-12 to make a clarifying change.

Amends GS 122C-22 to make a technical format change.

Amends GS 143B-1100 to provide that the Governor's Crime Commission of the Department of Public Safety consists of 37 (was, 36) members and five (was, six) nonvoting members.

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