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As of July 27, a 1973 N.C. law that laid out a path for felons to regain their voting rights is officially no longer in effect. This change means that around 56,000 felons in the state will now be able to register to vote and could be eligible to participate in the November 2022 midterms.
As of July 27, a 1973 N.C. law that laid out a path for felons to regain their voting rights is officially no longer in effect. This change means that around 56,000 felons in the state will now be able to register to vote and could be eligible to participate in the November 2022 midterms.
 
Starting July 27, 2022, an individual serving a felony sentence who is not in jail or prison may register to vote and vote.
Starting July 27, 2022, an individual serving a felony sentence who is not in jail or prison may register to vote and vote.
 
The N.C. Supreme Court has rejected without comment a proposal to speed up consideration of a lawsuit dealing with felon voting.
The N.C. Supreme Court has rejected without comment a proposal to speed up consideration of a lawsuit dealing with felon voting.
 
The N.C. State Board of Elections is proceeding with plans for felons who have completed active prison time to be able to vote in the November elections.
The N.C. State Board of Elections is proceeding with plans for felons who have completed active prison time to be able to vote in the November elections.
 
Lawyers representing N.C. legislative leaders oppose an expedited schedule for a felon voting case at the state Supreme Court.
Lawyers representing N.C. legislative leaders oppose an expedited schedule for a felon voting case at the state Supreme Court.
 
Plaintiffs seeking voting rights for 56,000 N.C. felons are asking the N.C. Supreme Court to expedite its schedule for considering the case.
Plaintiffs seeking voting rights for 56,000 N.C. felons are asking the N.C. Supreme Court to expedite its schedule for considering the case.
 
U.S. Senators Thom Tillis (R-NC), Tom Cotton (R-AR), Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), Bill Cassidy (R-LA), Steve Daines (R-MT), Josh Hawley (R-MO), John Kennedy (R-LA), John Thune (R-SD), and Todd Young (R-IN) introduced the Stop Gun Criminals Act
U.S. Senators Thom Tillis (R-NC), Tom Cotton (R-AR), Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), Bill Cassidy (R-LA), Steve Daines (R-MT), Josh Hawley (R-MO), John Kennedy (R-LA), John Thune (R-SD), and Todd Young (R-IN) introduced the Stop Gun Criminals Act
 
The N.C. Supreme Court will decide a case that could add 56,000 felons to North Carolina's voting rolls.
The N.C. Supreme Court will decide a case that could add 56,000 felons to North Carolina's voting rolls.
 
Legislative leaders want the full 15-member Appeals Court, with 10 Republicans and five Democrats, to reconsider a 2-1 split ruling on felon voting.
Legislative leaders want the full 15-member Appeals Court, with 10 Republicans and five Democrats, to reconsider a 2-1 split ruling on felon voting.
 
A panel of the N.C. Court of Appeals has split 2-1 to rule that felons can vote in N.C. elections starting in November. Two Democratic judges agreed to the change, while a Republican colleague dissented.
A panel of the N.C. Court of Appeals has split 2-1 to rule that felons can vote in N.C. elections starting in November. Two Democratic judges agreed to the change, while a Republican colleague dissented.
 
A new filing from N.C. legislative leaders asks the state Supreme Court to steer clear of a case involving voting rights for felons. A courtroom victory for the felons could add 56,000 people to the state’s voting rolls.
A new filing from N.C. legislative leaders asks the state Supreme Court to steer clear of a case involving voting rights for felons. A courtroom victory for the felons could add 56,000 people to the state’s voting rolls.
 
The N.C. Court of Appeals has issued a temporary stay in a case dealing with felon voting in North Carolina. The stay blocks any felons from registering to vote until appeals in the case are resolved.
The N.C. Court of Appeals has issued a temporary stay in a case dealing with felon voting in North Carolina. The stay blocks any felons from registering to vote until appeals in the case are resolved.
 
Winners of a recent trial court ruling on voting rights for felons want the N.C. Supreme Court to take up the case. The ruling could affect 56,000 felons who have completed active prison time.
Winners of a recent trial court ruling on voting rights for felons want the N.C. Supreme Court to take up the case. The ruling could affect 56,000 felons who have completed active prison time.
 
2-1 Superior Court decision to grant voting rights to felons server probation or parole will likely be appealed
2-1 Superior Court decision to grant voting rights to felons server probation or parole will likely be appealed
 
State legislative leaders want the N.C. Court of Appeals to block a ruling that could add 56,000 felons to the state’s voting rolls.
State legislative leaders want the N.C. Court of Appeals to block a ruling that could add 56,000 felons to the state’s voting rolls.
 
A three-judge Superior Court panel has ruled, 2-1, that felons who have completed their prison sentences in North Carolina must be permitted to vote.
A three-judge Superior Court panel has ruled, 2-1, that felons who have completed their prison sentences in North Carolina must be permitted to vote.
 
Donna King, Carolina Journal editor-in-chief, discusses a Superior Court ruling that would give voting rights to all N.C. felons who have completed active prison time.
Donna King, Carolina Journal editor-in-chief, discusses a Superior Court ruling that would give voting rights to all N.C. felons who have completed active prison time.
 
The Carolina Journal makes a wide sweeping evaluation of the news that most effects us here in North Carolina, and is distilled, here on BCN, for your clear understanding by the electronic means of video broadcast.
The Carolina Journal makes a wide sweeping evaluation of the news that most effects us here in North Carolina, and is distilled, here on BCN, for your clear understanding by the electronic means of video broadcast.
 
The Carolina Journal makes a wide sweeping evaluation of the news that most effects us here in North Carolina, and is distilled, here on BCN, for your clear understanding by the electronic means of video broadcast.
The Carolina Journal makes a wide sweeping evaluation of the news that most effects us here in North Carolina, and is distilled, here on BCN, for your clear understanding by the electronic means of video broadcast.
 
Felons who registered to vote in North Carolina during an 11-day window between recent court rulings will be allowed to vote in upcoming elections. The state Supreme Court ruled Friday in favor of those quick-acting prospective voters.
Felons who registered to vote in North Carolina during an 11-day window between recent court rulings will be allowed to vote in upcoming elections. The state Supreme Court ruled Friday in favor of those quick-acting prospective voters.
 
Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the St. Louis couple that stood in front of their home over the summer holding firearms as a large group of demonstrators marched by, were indicted on Tuesday on felony weapons and evidence tampering charges.
Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the St. Louis couple that stood in front of their home over the summer holding firearms as a large group of demonstrators marched by, were indicted on Tuesday on felony weapons and evidence tampering charges.
 
A Chicago felon who was being monitored electronically following charges of possessing a stolen firearm as a felon has now been charged with allegedly shooting five people over the weekend, two of whom died.
A Chicago felon who was being monitored electronically following charges of possessing a stolen firearm as a felon has now been charged with allegedly shooting five people over the weekend, two of whom died.
 
Some N.C. felons who have finished their active prison time will be able to cast ballots in the 2020 election, based on a 2-1 ruling from a state Superior Court panel.
Some N.C. felons who have finished their active prison time will be able to cast ballots in the 2020 election, based on a 2-1 ruling from a state Superior Court panel.
 
The Supreme Court on Thursday let stand a lower court ruling that could strip voting eligibility from up to 1 million Florida felons who have completed their sentences but have yet to pay outstanding fines, restitution and other fees.
The Supreme Court on Thursday let stand a lower court ruling that could strip voting eligibility from up to 1 million Florida felons who have completed their sentences but have yet to pay outstanding fines, restitution and other fees.
 
Former Atlanta police officer Garrett Rolfe, involved in the shooting of Rayshard Brooks at a Wendy’s parking lot last week, was charged with felony murder on Wednesday.
Former Atlanta police officer Garrett Rolfe, involved in the shooting of Rayshard Brooks at a Wendy’s parking lot last week, was charged with felony murder on Wednesday.
 
Should a convicted felon who has not completed his or her full sentence be allowed to vote? The North Carolina National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) thinks so.
Should a convicted felon who has not completed his or her full sentence be allowed to vote? The North Carolina National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) thinks so.
 
On May 29, 2019, The Washington Police Department arrested Dontavious Kayshon Andjuar (1231 Maple Street Washington NC) for Felony Break/Enter of a Motor Vehicle, Misdemeanor Larceny, Misdemeanor Attempt Break/Enter of a Motor Vehicle.
On May 29, 2019, The Washington Police Department arrested Dontavious Kayshon Andjuar (1231 Maple Street Washington NC) for Felony Break/Enter of a Motor Vehicle, Misdemeanor Larceny, Misdemeanor Attempt Break/Enter of a Motor Vehicle.
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced that the State is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to the capture and arrest of escaped inmate Cul Priest Jones.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced that the State is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to the capture and arrest of escaped inmate Cul Priest Jones.
 
Today, the Center for Consumer Freedom sent a letter to State's Attorney Michael O. Twigg in Cumberland, Maryland, urging for a full and thorough investigation of the animal liberation group PETA for felony wiretapping based on a judge's ruling in a federal court case.
Today, the Center for Consumer Freedom sent a letter to State's Attorney Michael O. Twigg in Cumberland, Maryland, urging for a full and thorough investigation of the animal liberation group PETA for felony wiretapping based on a judge's ruling in a federal court case.
 
Former four-star General David Petraeus said he would serve in the next administration if President-elect Donald J. Trump offers him a position.
Former four-star General David Petraeus said he would serve in the next administration if President-elect Donald J. Trump offers him a position.
 
On July 21, 2016 the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office received a report of a larceny from a residence on Tuscarora Ave in Bath
On July 21, 2016 the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office received a report of a larceny from a residence on Tuscarora Ave in Bath
 
Apart from its compliance costs (which can be massive) and opportunity costs (which can be unfathomable), another cost of overregulation can be difficult in a different way to quantify: overcriminalization.
Apart from its compliance costs (which can be massive) and opportunity costs (which can be unfathomable), another cost of overregulation can be difficult in a different way to quantify: overcriminalization.
 
On June 17th, 2015, the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office received a report of a Fraud at a business on NC 33 Hwy E. in Blounts Creek.
On June 17th, 2015, the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office received a report of a Fraud at a business on NC 33 Hwy E. in Blounts Creek.
 
Many in academia bemoan the increasing and overwhelming focus on graduates’ job prospects.
 
On October 12, 2014 at approximately 4:55 p.m., the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office received a report of a residential breaking and entering that occurred on Baker Drive in Washington, NC. The victim reported that someone had forcibly entered his home and took car stereo equipment. The victim...
On October 12, 2014 at approximately 4:55 p.m., the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office received a report of a residential breaking and entering that occurred on Baker Drive in Washington, NC. The victim reported that someone had forcibly entered his home and took car stereo equipment. The victim...
 
On October 10, 2014 at approximately 11:45 p.m., Sgt. Walt Zerniak of the Beaufort. County Sheriff's Office School Resource Officer Unit was traveling on Highway 264 East near Washington, NC after a school football game. Sgt. Zerniak observed a vehicle in front of him traveling at approximately...
On October 10, 2014 at approximately 11:45 p.m., Sgt. Walt Zerniak of the Beaufort. County Sheriff's Office School Resource Officer Unit was traveling on Highway 264 East near Washington, NC after a school football game. Sgt. Zerniak observed a vehicle in front of him traveling at approximately...
 
On September 11, 2014, Deputies with the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office responded to a trespassing call on Highway 32 North in Pinetown, NC. When Deputies arrived at the residence, they found two subjects sitting in a car in the backyard. After speaking with the subjects, Deputies performed a sear
On September 11, 2014, Deputies with the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office responded to a trespassing call on Highway 32 North in Pinetown, NC. When Deputies arrived at the residence, they found two subjects sitting in a car in the backyard. After speaking with the subjects, Deputies performed a sear
 
On June 20, 2014 at approximately 9:30 am, the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office received a report of a domestic dispute on Christol Lane in Vanceboro, NC.
 
Voters in November will be able to decide on a proposed constitutional amendment giving North Carolinians charged with a felony the option of waiving a jury trial and allowing a Superior Court judge to render a verdict.
Voters in November will be able to decide on a proposed constitutional amendment giving North Carolinians charged with a felony the option of waiving a jury trial and allowing a Superior Court judge to render a verdict.
 
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