Can you vote even if you have been convicted of a crime?
It varies from state to state. Some states allow felons to vote from prison while other states permanently ban felons from voting even after being released from prison, parole, and probation, and having paid all their fines. Some states restrict people with misdemeanor convictions from voting. Maine and Vermont have no restrictions where felons can vote from prison.
This depends on what you were convicted for and what state you live in. Many states do not allow people to vote if they have been convicted of a felony. There are a few states that even have restrictions on voting for some misdemeanor convictions. See the related link below for more information regarding your specific state.
This question is tricky. I have looked into it a few times myself, and have come up with two sets of answers. Some claim that if you are convicted of a felony, you will never be allowed to vote in Maryland. If you attempt to register to vote at the MVA, the guidelines for eligibility include not being convicted of a felony. However, some sites claim that if you have been convicted of a felony…