1. If the sentence were in this state, the sentence shall state that the defendant's
rights to vote and to hold any future public office are not lost except during the
term of any actual incarceration and that he suffers no other disability by virtue
of his conviction and sentence except as otherwise provided in such sentence or by
2. If the sentence were in another state or in a federal court, the convicted person
shall lose the rights to vote and to hold public office only during the term of actual
incarceration. Any person who has been sentenced in another state or in a federal court to a term
of imprisonment and who is present in this state shall be presumed to have had such
3. If another state having a similar statute issues its certificate of discharge to
a convicted person stating that the defendant's rights have been restored, the rights
of which he was deprived in this state, under section 12.1-33-01, are restored to him in this state.
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