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    Cool NC Castle Domain Law

    Has our Madam Govenor signed this piece of legislation yet?


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    Hasn’t made it out yet, as of 05-14-09 still in House Judiciary Committee.
    North Carolina General Assembly - Senate Bill 928 Information/History (2009-2010 Session) Am hoping it passes and Princess perdue signs it.
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    Ditto
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    Cool

    Any updates out there?

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    Castle Doctrine Stonewalling in Committee
    (Printable {PDF} version here)

    House Judiciary I Chair waiting for "direction from her leadership"
    before proceeding

    SB 928, "The Castle Doctrine," is now languishing in the House Judiciary I Committee.
    Committee chair, Rep. Deborah K. Ross (GRNC 0 Star, Wake) indicated to GRNC legislative representatives that she considers your input "of little value," and was waiting for direction from "her leadership"
    before scheduling.

    So to borrow a line out of a classic sci-fi movie, "take me to your leader." Actually we should thank Rep. Ross for letting us know to whom she wishes to pass the buck. It is time to let Speaker Joe Hackney know that he needs to direct Ross to schedule SB 928 for a hearing; since she doesn't seem to know if she should without his "leadership."

    Act now. We can see the goal line, time to push this one on in for a touchdown.

    IMMEDIATE ACTION REQUIRED

    * Contact Speaker of the NC House, Joe Hackney. 919-733-3451, Joe.Hackney@ncleg.net

    Dear Speaker Hackney:

    Rep. Deborah Ross, chair of the House Judiciary I Committee, is waiting to hear from leadership before deciding on scheduling SB 928, "The Castle Doctrine" for a committee hearing. I urge you to direct her to do so and to give it a fair and honest hearing. It is too important that this worthy bill that will protect our citizens from dangerous criminals and abuses of the legal system after a case of self defense be passed into law.

    The Castle Doctrine is an important concept that has proven effective in the protection of citizens in the number of states that have already implemented it. It is vital that you throw your influence behind the interests of the honest citizens of this state and allow them to protect themselves from criminals.

    I trust that you wish to protect the lives and interests of the law abiding voters of North Carolina rather than enable the criminal element. Provide leadership in supporting SB 928. I will be following your actions on this bill through Grass Roots North Carolina.

    Sincerely,

    A Concerned North Carolina Voter


    This is how it stands as of 5-30-09
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    Email sent, will follow up with snail mail.
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    Email sent.

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    Done, and done.
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    Does this apply to any place that you might be, or just in your home?

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    By the way I noticed this line 42
    42 SECTION 3. This act becomes effective December 1, 2009, and applies to
    43 offenses committed on or after that date. Prosecutions for offenses committed before the
    44 effective date of this act are not abated or affected by this act, and the statutes that would be
    45 applicable but for this act remain applicable to those prosecutions.

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    I emailed Deborah Ross and asked her to bring the bill up for consideration. Her response? Pretty promptly. "Thank you for your email." No encouragement in that simple reply.

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    I just emailed Ms Ross again and a cc to Mr Hackney. Don't let them forget we're out here and watching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hdawson View Post
    I emailed Deborah Ross and asked her to bring the bill up for consideration. Her response? Pretty promptly. "Thank you for your email." No encouragement in that simple reply.
    That's an automated response.

    But we need to keep up the Email, Phone calls and any Letter to the Editor that we can.

    Let them know this is a priority to US!
    "Without fear there can be no Courage!"

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    Both of my last emails were returned as undeliverable. Fatal address flaws. Hmmmmm. Could Ms Ross and Mr Hackney be refusing emails now? ? ? ? ? ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hdawson View Post
    Both of my last emails were returned as undeliverable. Fatal address flaws. Hmmmmm. Could Ms Ross and Mr Hackney be refusing emails now? ? ? ? ? ?
    If Email is bad then we start the phone campaign....

    Eventually they will get the message that we are not going away!!!
    "Without fear there can be no Courage!"

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