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[Volokh Conspiracy] [Gail Heriot] Deprivation of Voting Rights as a Collateral Consequence of a Felony Conviction The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights is right to be concerned about the excessive number of collateral consequences attending a felony conviction, but its implicit suggestion that the deprivation of voting rights is the one most urgently in need of reform is … well … quirky at best. Published:8/11/2019 8:32:47 AM
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