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What is North Carolina Law 6 in regard to restoration of c

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What is North Carolina Law 6 in regard to restoration of citizenship?

I believe the law you are referring to is as follows:

North Carolina General Statutes § 13-1 Restoration of citizenship

 

Any person convicted of a crime, whereby the rights of citizenship are forfeited, shall have such rights automatically restored upon the occurrence of any one of the following conditions:

(1) The unconditional discharge of an inmate by the State Division of Adult Correction of the Department of Public Safety or the North Carolina Division of Adult Correction of the Department of Public Safety, of a probationer by the State Division of Adult Correction of the Department of Public Safety, or of a parolee by the Division of Adult Correction of the Department of Public Safety; or of a defendant under a suspended sentence by the court.

(2) The unconditional pardon of the offender.

(3) The satisfaction by the offender of all conditions of a conditional pardon.

(4) With regard to any person convicted of a crime against the United States, the unconditional discharge of such person by the agency of the United States having jurisdiction of such person, the unconditional pardon of such person or the satisfaction by such person of a conditional pardon.

(5) With regard to any person convicted of a crime in another state, the unconditional discharge of such person by the agency of that state having jurisdiction of such person, the unconditional pardon of such person or the satisfaction by such person of a conditional pardon.

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