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Does a recently convicted felon still have rights to his children?


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2009-03-20 17:57:59
2009-03-20 17:57:59

Youll have to be more specific. What 'rights' you are referring to? What are the ages of the children? Who has primary custody of them while you are (presumably) in prison?

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He doesn't. If he's a convicted felon it probably means he is a colored man and therefore has no rights to anything.

If you are convicted FEDERAL felon, you can't. If you are convicted state felon, and you qualify you can make application for exopungement. See below link:

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If you are a federally convicted felon - no. If you are a state convicted felon you wil lhave to research the expungement law for your state.

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Yes. Civil rights can be restored by the US Attorney.

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This is a question you need to discuss with a lawyer.

Have your record expunged or the conviction overturned.

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