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1. Can Rehabilitation of Felons Work?

Can Rehabilitation of Felons Work? The rehabilitation of felons is a long process that is practiced in penology. A prison that is focused on rehabilitation attempts to see that the felons that enter the prison do not become repeat offenders, and seeks to reduce recidivism, or repeated offenses, ...

2. Can Felons Vote?

Can Felons Vote? One question that often gets lost when elections come around is “can felons vote?” Felons are individuals who went on trial and have been convicted of a crime or multiple crimes. After trial they go off to jail and serve their time. However, when they are ...

3. Rights of Felons

Rights of Felons BackgroundThe notion of "civil death" for convicted felons, an age-old practice enforced since the first developments of the state criminal law, has ultimately been passed down from ancient Roman legal traditions. While in certain cases such punishments may be ...

4. Understanding the General Rights of Convicted Felons

Understanding the General Rights of Convicted Felons Aside from legalities, the social stigma attached to someone who is a convicted felon will result in a difficult adjustment to life after prison. Trouble finding work is extremely prevalent amongst many convicted felons, especially within professions that invo ...

5. Are There Jobs for Convicted Felons?

Are There Jobs for Convicted Felons? There may be as many as twelve million ex-felons in the United States of America, meaning that as much as eight percent of the working age population are seeking jobs for convicted felons who have completed their terms of service. In recent years, the Equal Em ...

6. What are the Voting Rights of Convicted Felons?

What are the Voting Rights of Convicted Felons? When an individual is convicted of a felony, certain civil rights are immediately taken away upon the conviction, including the all-important right to vote. Specifically, this practice of denying suffrage is known as disenfranchisement, or for criminals specif ...

7. Would You Give a Job to a Convicted Felon?

Would You Give a Job to a Convicted Felon? There may be as many as twelve million ex-felons in the United States of America, meaning that as much as eight percent of the working age population are seeking jobs for convicted felons who have completed their terms of service. In recent years, the Equal Em ...

8. What are the Criticisms of Felon Disenfranchisement?

What are the Criticisms of Felon Disenfranchisement? Civil rights proponents make their main argument against felon disenfranchisement fairly simple: both the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments of the U.S. Constitution clearly state that no citizens of the United States, regardless of whether or not they are convic ...

9. What Rights Does a Felon Have?

What Rights Does a Felon Have? In 2008, a Pew Center research report was released stating that roughly 1 in every 100 adult U.S. citizens were currently serving time in local, State, or Federal penitentiaries. This makes the United States, somewhat appropriately dubbed a "prison nation," th ...

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