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California’s Democracy: Should Low-Level Felons Be Provided The Right To Vote?

According to the Brennan Center for Justice at the New York University School of Law, nearly six million U.S. citizens are unable to vote because of a past criminal conviction. The rules regarding the rights of ex-felons to...more

Weekly Law Resume - August 1, 2013: Homeowners Associations – Equal Access Requirements For Elections

Paul Wittenberg et al. v. Beachwalk Homeowners Association - Court of Appeal, Fourth District (June 26, 2013) - California Civil Code sections 1363.03(a)(1) and (a)(2) require that in an election, homeowners...more

Court Dismisses Suit By Milwaukee County Jail Inmate

An inmate of the Milwaukee County Jail sued the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office claiming that he was denied the right to vote. According to the Sheriff’s Office, the inmate was not allowed to vote because he never completed...more

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