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....
The lifetime exclusion of felons from jury service is the majority rule in ... the
statutes that withhold a convicted felon's opportunity to sit on a jury. ... of Justice
has argued that felon j...
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.
State laws vary, but many states bar convicted felons (and even some individuals
convicted of misdemeanors) from seeking or holding elective office. Officials ...
Restrictions for Convicted Felons. Certain restrictions on convicted felons
continue long after a term of incarceration and parole or probation is completed.
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).
The rights a person loses when convicted of a felony depend largely on the state
laws in which the felon resides, notes The Law Dictionary. The right to vote, ...
What kind of restrictions are most felons subjected to? ... Can a convicted felon,
when released due to passing of father, be allowed to live with a school teacher ...
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 ...
NOTE: Where restrictions are state-based, New York law on restrictions and relief
is ... CRD if he or she was convicted of no more than one felony and can apply.