NCRSOL Legal Case & Legislative Status

The latest up-to-date NARSOL/NCRSOL case status is published here.

Pending Litigation Status
NARSOL v Stein Discovery phase
Grabarczyk v. Stein State has appealed
premises case hasn’t been filed
NCRSOL v Cherokee Co. hasn’t been filed
Doe v Cumberland Co. hasn’t been filed
NCRSOL v Ashe Co. hasn’t been filed

Pending cases italicized are not the actual case name, but a description of the pending case that may be filed.

NC Legislative Bill No. Status
House Bill 593 Signed into law

This webpage pending case or new legislation will be updated as needed.

Last update: 08/06/2020

Dwayne Daughtry

Dwayne is NCRSOL's Executive Director. Dwayne holds a Bachelor's degree from Arizona State University and a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of South Dakota. He is currently working towards his Ph.D. in Public Policy. He is an active advocate and lobbyist in the halls of the U.S. Congress and North Carolina legislature. Dwayne is a veteran of the U.S. Army.

Dwayne Daughtry

4 thoughts on “NCRSOL Legal Case & Legislative Status

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    August 4, 2020 at 2:44 pm
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    Please cancel my yearly membership to NARSOL as of this date, 8/4/2020 and cancel any and all recurring membership fees being deductions from my credit card.

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    • Robin Vander Wall
      August 5, 2020 at 10:19 am
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      Marlin, I think you may need to direct this request to the staff at NARSOL. This is NCRSOL. Do you want to cancel your membership with us, as well? Is there anything you would like to discuss?

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    August 1, 2020 at 7:13 am
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    So if all out of state conviction residents are going to receive letters that give them the opportunity to go before a judge, maybe everyone should go before a judge, at least to use the time to argue this law came into effect after sentencing date so it’s a violation of rights. Who knows when a judge may actually agree.

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    • Dwayne Daughtry
      August 2, 2020 at 7:50 am
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      It may be helpful to seek advice from the North Carolina Appellate Defender office. Citizens affected by this outcome should not go alone in a courtroom. But they should have a public defender to represent them. It may be helpful to call the North Carolina Appellate Defender office at 919-354-7210 and ask for guidance for the recent “out of state adjudication hearing” from the Grabarczyk v. Stein case.

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