The lifetime exclusion of felons from jury service is the ... that withhold a convicted
felon's opportunity to sit on a jury. ... The U.S. Department of Justice has argued
that felon jury exclus...
Convicted felons lose many of the civil rights afforded to Americans without a
felony ... there are certain travel restrictions that may be levied by other countries.
A convicted felon may sit on a federal jury if an individual's civil rights have ... for
freedom from "disabilities imposed by federal laws" (the possession of guns).
Apr 8, 2016 ... ... are barred from voting. Felon voting laws state by state, ... (Convicted felons
may vote by absentee ballot while in prison). 10 States, 20 States ...
Oct 20, 2014 ... Anyone who has been convicted of a felony is banned by federal law from ever ...
There are many other federal gun ownership restrictions.
federal law upon conviction of a felony offense. It is provided for ... The great
majority of states impose some type of restriction on the ability of convicted felons
The restrictions placed on felons after their release from prison can be the ... the
civil collateral consequences of a federal felony conviction are codified, the ...
This report summarizes the various laws governing felon voting rights in the ...
restored upon completition of sentence for first time felon offenders convicted of ...
Ex-prisoners may face thousands of legal restrictions after completing their prison
... The dire consequences of a felony conviction last far longer than the years ...
Jul 30, 2015 ... States are rethinking prohibiting people with felony drug convictions from getting
food stamps or welfare benefits, as officials look for ways to ...