Bill Summary for H 173 (2021-2022)

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Mar 24 2021

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House Bill 173 (Public) Filed Thursday, February 25, 2021
AN ACT TO MAKE JUVENILE JUSTICE AND ADULT CORRECTION SEPARATE DIVISIONS WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY AND TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS.
Intro. by McNeill, Boles, C. Smith.

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House committee substitute amends the 1st edition as follows. 

Further amends Parts 2 and 3, Article 13 of GS Chapter 143B to make conforming changes to reflect the establishment of the Division of Adult Correction and the Division of Juvenile Justice as separate divisions within the Department of Public Safety, specifically further amending GS 143B-705 under Part 2, and GS 143B-807, GS 143B-818, GS 143B-830 of Part 3. Makes a technical correction to a conforming change to the title of GS 143B-1155. Adds to the specified statutes amended to make conforming changes, adding statutes from the following GS Chapters: 7B, 14, 15A, and 20; and removing several previously statutes specified in the previous edition from the following GS Chapters: 15A, 122C, 148 and 164. Makes technical corrections to some statutes previously specified. Adds sections to make conforming changes to the following statutes: GS 15A-521; GS 15A-1301; GS 15A-1343; GS 15A-1343.2; GS 15A-1344; GS 17C-3; GS 126-5; GS 148-13 and GS 164-40.

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