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    If convicted of a felony, what happens

    can I vote, teach, ect.

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    What Rights Do Convicted Felons Lose?

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    http://www.ehow.com/about_5187861_rights-do-convicted-felons-lose_.html
    Some states have a time limit on voting, but you can count on being without the right for many years to come. Some states still insist, through laws, that you cannot ever vote again if you have a felony conviction. It doesn't matter what the crime was, it only matters that it was a felony. Some states will allow you to vote again. It is usually after your time has been served and can be up to seven years before you will be given the right to vote again. For someone that made an error in judgment one moment in his/her life, that is a pretty harsh punishment.
    Your Gonna lose your guns and or gun owning rights


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