Bill Summary for S 101 (2021-2022)

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Mar 11 2021

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Senate Bill 101 (Public) Filed Monday, February 15, 2021
AN ACT TO REQUIRE COMPLIANCE WITH IMMIGRATION DETAINERS AND ADMINISTRATIVE WARRANTS AND TO REQUIRE CERTAIN REPORTS FROM LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT.
Intro. by Edwards, Sanderson, Britt.

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Senate amendments make the following changes to the 2nd edition.

Amendment #1 deletes the provision in GS 162-62 that made it a Class 3 misdemeanor when the administrator or other person in charge of the facility holding the prisoner (1) willfully fails to make a query of Immigration and Customs Enforcement of the US Department of Homeland Security when required to do so under the statute or (2) willfully fails to hold a prisoner for 48 hours when required to do so under the statute. 

Amendment #2 amends GS 162-62(a) to also require the administrator or equivalent of any county jail, local or district confinement facility, satellite jail or work release unit (facility) to attempt to determine if any prisoner who is confined for any period in their facility is a legal resident if the individual is charged with a class A1 misdemeanor under Article 8 (assaults) of GS Chapter 14 or any violation of 50B-4.1 (violation of valid protective order).

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