While constitutional challenges to felon jury exclusion almost always originate
from interested litigants, some scholars ...
Convicted felons lose many of the civil rights afforded to Americans without a
felony on their record. As always, the answer depends on which state the felon ...
Felon Voting Home Page > US Constitution. US Constitution. What Does the US
Constitution Say about Voting and Punishment? Is Felon Disenfranchisement ...
Apr 29, 2015 ... Occasionally, people ask about the constitutional basis for denying felons the
right to vote (set aside here the policy arguments about that).
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Education Materials · Digital ... Time in prison may not be the only consequence
of a felony conviction in Texas. ... We have included restrictions that do not
explicitly use the term felony but that include acts often classed as felonies ....
Annotation: This memorandum reviews State laws denying convicted felons their
constitutional or civil rights and discusses whether Alaska could pass a ...
Jan 20, 2016 ... She pleaded guilty, got probation and had her constitutional rights taken ...
pleaded guilty to a felony for distributing narcotics (cocaine) in 2001.
Clemency. Overview. Under the Florida Constitution, a convicted felon cannot
vote, serve on a jury, or hold public office until civil rights have been restored.
Nov 13, 2011 ... Decades of lobbying have loosened laws, allowing felons to regain gun ... “If it's a
constitutional right, you treat it with equal dignity with other ...
May 20, 2015 ... Score another win for the 2nd Amendment! While most Americans do not want
felons owning firearms legally, the constitutional problems that ...