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Old July 12, 2010, 09:58 AM   #20
vranasaurus
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I think Lautneberg provides an excellent statute to challenge. While it is well established that one can lose some civil rights(voting, firearms, jury duty, hold public office) after a felony conviction. However misdemeanor convictions generally don't result in the loss of civil rights.

Shouldn't a crime that is severe enough to warrant the permanent loss of fundamental rights be a felony?
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