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Your Right to Vote After a Criminal Conviction (Community Service Society) (2005)

  • Organization: Community Service Society
  • Author: Craig Acorn
  • Document Type: Legal memo
  • Date Created: Monday, November 07, 2005
  • Submitted: Monday, November 07, 2005
  • Attachment(s): DOC

In New York State, you may vote if you have one or more felony convictions, as long as you have completed your sentence and parole. This memo from Craig Acorn of the Community Service Society outlines the law governing voting rights for people with criminal convictions in New York.

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