Angry in NC
North Carolina imposes extra sentencing in the form of supervised release (often many years) for those even with low level of felony of sexual offense. The supervised release is pretty much the same as probation, just different wordings.
People in North Carolina who have been subjected to this unjust supervised release after they have served their sentence need to sue the state for cruel and unjust punishment.
Often these supervised release or probation results in additional but unrelated offenses because of the conditions of their terms. For example, some of the terms of NC supervised release is you cannot go to a bar, you can not go to a website like twitter, instagram, facebook, Linkedin, etc., you cannot go to a state fair, you have to pay the mandatory monthly fee, etc.