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And against that, I have the misfortune to be a convicted felon, who has spent the last ten or a dozen years amongst the scum of the earth, engaged in degrading tasks, and with no identity save a number.
The complainant Syed Mehmood Akhtar Naqvi in his petition pointed that all the four provincial directors were convicted felon.
My first reaction to a recent opinion or statement from a retired appellate judge that a convicted felon should be ineligible for admission to The Florida Bar was supportive.
Four years ago, I was convicted of copyright infringement, making me a convicted felon.
The caller reported Fountain, a three-time convicted felon, possessed firearms and sold narcotics from his home.
The previous arrest was for being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm and for transportation of marijuana.
Ever the confessor, Cleaver provides all the insight one needs to understand the source of his criminal behavior and his evolution from a convicted felon to a master of words.
Shasta's information then helped police apprehend Joseph Edward Duncan III, a previously convicted felon.
Under a proposal by Representative Michael Sak of Michigan, a convicted felon could be ordered to pay for prosecution, police and court costs along with his own defense attorneys, if he can afford it.
The Hanging of Ephraim Wheeler provides a vibrant recreation of the life and death of one convicted felon in an early nineteenth-century New England town.
Consequently, if completing an older version of the Voter Registration Mail Application (VRMA) form, a convicted felon who has been released from prison may make application to register to vote by striking through the felony conviction line at Section 9(2) on the VRMA and signing his or her name.