Map showing 11 States disenfranchise people who have completed their sentences (current as of 2008).  The 2 states that have lifetime disenfranchisement for formerly incarcerated people are: Kentucky and Virginia. The 9 states that disenfranchise some formerly incarcerated people are Alabama, Arizona, Delaware, Florida, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, Tennessee, and Wyoming.

Data Source: Sentencing Project, Felony Disenfranchisement Laws in the United States, March 2008. (Map: Prison Policy Initiative, 2008)

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  • Feb 21, 2019:
    Volunteer Attorney Stephen Raher will be presenting his paper “The Company Store and the Literally Captive Market: Consumer Law in Prisons and Jails” at the Consumer Law Conference at Berkeley Law School. The paper will be presented and discussed at 4:00pm.

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