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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Jeff405, Apr 15, 2015.
A free man is a free man, and should have all the rights thereof.
I would say 10 years is too long. For misdemeanors, I would say 1 year is plenty. Maybe even 1 year is too long.
So I've never really looked into anything like this, does this mean it passed and is in effect? Or is there another step in the process?
If you commit a crime, do your time, do you get freedom of speech, religion, assembly, etc....restored?
Of course you should get your rights restored.
I tend to lean this way also. As long as it was a non-violent felony, and they've stayed out of trouble since then (I'd be satisfied with 5 years ... 10 seems kinda excessive to me) they should have all the rights those of us who were lucky enough not to get caught when we were kids doing stupid stuff have ...
As soon as a person is released from prison they have been deemed able to live amongst the rest of us in society, and the second their foot touches freedom, all their rights should be fully restored.
When they prove they can handle their guns and drugs properly. Maybe a certification so you can drive with a higher BAC than normal
It has been signed by the Gov and likely takes effect Nov. 1
How does parole affect the opinion expressed above? or does it?
I think they should be able to carry their guns to court.... during their trial.