How does a Felon Get Their Rights Back?

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In order for a felon to have their rights reinstated, he or she must first not be under any form of supervision, i.e. parole. Submit a Restoration of Civil Rights Application with the local clemency board along with any letters of reference or character affidavits. Keep copies of completed application, letters, and other correspondence. Be aware that the process is long and involved and is not guaranteed to be successful.
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