Felony convictions automatically deprive the convicted person of numerous civil rights, including:
- The right to vote;
- The right to hold public office of trust or profit;
- The right to serve as a juror;
- During any period of imprisonment any other civil rights the suspension of which is reasonably necessary for the security of the institution in which the person sentenced is confined or for the reasonable protection of the public;
- The right to possess a gun or firearm.
If you or someone you know needs assistance in the restoration of their civil rights, including gun rights, call the Stevens Law Office, PLC today for a free evaluation. Former felony prosecutor Ryan J. Stevens has successfully restored the rights of numerous convicted felons and can fight to do the same for you.