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The term felony, in some common law countries, means a serious crime. The word originates .... The consequences felons face in most states include:.

Consequences of a Felony Conviction


March 28, 2003. 2003-R-0333. CONSEQUENCES OF A FELONY CONVICTION. By: Christopher Reinhart, Associate Attorney ...

Legal Article: Consequences of a Federal Felony Conviction


Back to Previous Page. Consequences of a Federal Felony Conviction. With the increased emphasis on Federal prosecutions of individuals involved in so called  ...

Collateral Consequences of Felony Conviction - Prison Fellowship


Collateral Consequences of Felony Conviction. Ex-prisoners may face thousands of legal restrictions after completing their prison term. The moment ...

What Happens After a Felony Conviction? - Attorneys.com


Being convicted of a felony is a serious event. Felony convictions can result in all kinds of consequences, from hefty fines to making employment more difficult.

Consequences of Criminal Convictions


A criminal conviction can have significant lasting consequences that can adversely ... will not give you a license or a permit if you have a felony conviction.

Federal Statutes Imposing Collateral Consequences Upon Conviction


This monograph highlights significant collateral consequences that are imposed by .... conviction under federal or state law of a felony for inciting, organizing,.

The Collateral Consequences of a Felony Conviction - Avvo.com


Oct 17, 2013 ... A felony conviction can carry lifelong consequences in addition to hefty prison sentences and fines. The origin of the word "felony" dates back to ...

Collateral Consequences | The Sentencing Project


Invisible Punishment: The Collateral Consequences of Mass Imprisonment ... news. Voting Rights for Individuals with Felony Convictions. May 18, 2016 ...

A Lifetime of Punishment: The Impact of the Felony Drug Ban on ...


people convicted in state or federal courts of felony ... individuals with felony drug convictions to receive ..... collateral consequences of a felony conviction that.

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Beyond the Sentence - Understanding Collateral Consequences


Many collateral consequences affect a convicted person's employment and ... right to vote for some period of time after being convicted of a felony, but once you ...

User Guide - ABA collateral consequences of criminal conviction


The most familiar examples of collateral consequences are being unable to vote or obtain certain licenses or possess a firearm because of a felony conviction.

OSBA | Collateral consequences of a criminal conviction


From Oct. 1, 2009 to Sept. 30, 2010, 83,946 individuals were charged with a federal felony or Class A misdemeanor. An astonishing 96.8 percent of them pled  ...