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2012
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Documentary Disenfranchisement
By Allen, Jessie. University of Pittsburgh. School of Law (Pittsburgh, PA).
Documentary disenfranchisement is the “permanent enforcement of nominally temporary voting bans … accomplished through election officials’ demands for nonexistent eligibility documents from people with criminal convictions” (p. 391). Individuals working with ex-offenders that are under a temporary ban from voting should read this article to become acquainted with case law that may impact their clients. Sections of this article include: introduction; background—the standard picture of felony dise... Read More
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