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Deane, 33, who had been convicted on theft and fraud charges stemming from substance abuse, said regaining his right to vote was a pivotal moment in his life.In Florida, the Gutting of a Landmark Law Leaves Few Felons Likely to Vote|by Lawrence Mower and Langston Taylor, Miami Herald and Tampa Bay Times|October 7, 2020|ProPublica
If convicted, Hankison could face up to five years in prison for each count.Protesters hit the streets for a second night after officers aren’t charged with killing Breonna Taylor|Fabiola Cineas|September 25, 2020|Vox
Earlier this month, Lagoa, and five others ruled that registered voters who have been convicted of felonies must first pay court debts before having their civic right reinstated.Barbara Lagoa Critics Take Aim At Record Of Voter Suppression|Yesha|September 25, 2020|Essence.com
Prosecutors and judges have consistently downgraded charges in ways that fail to carry out the law that calls for putting public servants convicted of official misconduct in jail.
They want to collect more DNA from people convicted of drug, theft and domestic violence crimes.
The question then is whether the untried and unconvicted Guantanamo inmates require that level of security?
Do the untried and unconvicted Guantanamo inmates require this level of security?
Stephen B. Brinsmade,—one of the unconvicted rich, I suppose youd call us.The Wasted Generation|Owen Johnson
They would have clearer and better views of the rights of men, than unconvicted Christians used to have.The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol. 5 (of 12)|Robert G. Ingersoll
Unconvicted, but not unsuspected; uncondemned, but not unblemished.
Mr. Avory thereupon asked whether he made no difference between convicted and unconvicted prisoners.
A few backless forms were provided on the floor for unconvicted prisoners.