Restrictions for Convicted Felons
Certain restrictions on convicted felons continue long after a term of incarceration and parole or probation is completed. Some of these restrictions exist even if an individual is convicted of what amounts to a fairly minor felony....
Loss of rights due to felony conviction takes many forms. ... The U.S. Department
of Justice has argued that felon jury exclusion laws do not discriminate against ...
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.
Mar 28, 2003 ... Employers can ask job applicants whether they have been convicted of a crime
although federal anti-discrimination laws place some ...
As a convicted felon, you would not be able to participate as a juror in the ... for
freedom from "disabilities imposed by federal laws" (the possession of guns).
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.
Apr 25, 2008 ... "Ex-offenders face legal restrictions on employment, they lack access to ...
stipulates that persons convicted of a state or federal felony offense ...
Jul 15, 2014 ... ... are barred from voting. Felon voting laws state by state, ... (Convicted felons
may vote by absentee ballot while in prison). 11 States, 20 States ...
Nov 13, 2011 ... Decades of lobbying have loosened laws, allowing felons to regain ... He also
had another felony conviction, in 1995, for corruption of a minor.
And why do previously-convicted felons lose their Second ... The restrictions
placed on felons after their release from prison can be the ...