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Under N.C.G.S. § 14-208.12A, adult registrants not classified as recidivists, aggravated offenders, or sexually violent
predators may petition to be removed from North Carolina’s Sex Offender and Public Protection Registry website. To petition, offenders must have been registered for at least ten (10) years on the North Carolina Registry. Time spent on another state’s registry is not considered towards the ten (10) year minimum requirement.
One would contact the board to file said petition and it would be up to the Board to decide. It is a subjective decision-making process and is a case by case basis. There is no guarantee.
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