Whenever any person who is not more than 18 years of age, who has not previously been
convicted of any offense under this Article or under any statute of the United States
of any state relating to controlled substances included in any schedule of this Article,
is accused with possessing or distributing a controlled substance in violation of
G.S. 90-95(a)(1) or 90-95(a)(2) or 90-95(a)(3), the court may, upon recommendation of the district attorney, grant said person immunity
from prosecution for said violation(s) if said person shall disclose the identity
of the person or persons from whom he obtained the controlled substance(s) for which
said person is being accused of possessing or distributing.
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