Voting Rights

VOTING RIGHTS RESTORATION

A Manual for Activists and Advocates to Help People with Convictions in Alabama Vote

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 Table of Contents

Introduction……………………………………………………………………………….. 3

The Path to Rights Restoration…………………………………………………….. 5

Step 1. Check whether the person’s conviction was disqualifying                    5

Step 2. Registering to Vote………………………………………………………………………… 6

Step 2(a). Registering Incarcerated People to Vote……………………………………. 7

  1. Registering to Vote……………………………………………………………………………………… 7
  2. Requesting an Absentee Ballot………………………………………………………………… 7
  3. Casting an Absentee Ballot……………………………………………………………………….. 8

Step 2(b). Voter ID Requirements………………………………………………………………. 8

Step 3. Requesting a Certificate of Eligibility to Register  to Vote                   9

  1. Determine Eligibility for a CERV……………………………………………………………. 9
  2. If eligible, fill out form to request CERV…………………………………………….. 10

Step 4. Request for Remission of Fines and Fees……………………………………… 11

Step 5. Request for a Pardon……………………………………………………………………. 12

Rights Restoration Worksheet…………………………………………………….. 13

Rights Restoration Flow Chart……………………………………………………. 15

List of Disqualifying Convictions…………………………………………………. 16

Voter Registration Form…………………………………………………………….. 17

Absentee Ballot Application……………………………………………………….. 19

Application for Certificate of Eligibility to Register to Vote……………. 21

Application for Remission of Fines and Fees…………………………………. 23

Know Your Rights Flyer……………………………………………………………… 25

Index and Other Resources………………………………………………………… 27

Upcoming Election Information……………………………………………………………….. 27

Voter ID Information………………………………………………………………………………… 27

State Official Contact Information……………………………………………………………. 27

Other Organization Contact Information………………………………………………….. 27

List of Disqualifying Convictions with Statute Numbers…………………………… 28

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Introduction

In Alabama, the law regarding which people with past convictions can and cannot vote has been confusing. In 2017, the Alabama Legislature passed a new law clarifying the rules and likely enfranchising tens of thousands or more Alabamians. There are likely tens of thousands more Alabamians with past convictions who are eligible to receive a mandatory voting rights restoration if they apply.

But these laws will only empower voters if they know about their eligibility.  Many   people with convictions assume they are not eligible and many people with convictions have been wrongly told they are not eligible. This manual is designed to provide all the tools citizens with convictions, activists, and advocates need to help people in Alabama know if they can vote or to restore their right to vote.

Felony disenfranchisement laws silence the voices of over 6 million citizens who are banned from the polls today. As many as 75 percent of these disenfranchised voters are no longer in prison but are unable to vote.

Citizens with past felony convictions work and pay taxes. They should have a say in deciding their communities’ and the nation’s laws that directly impact their lives.

Denying these citizens with past felony convictions the opportunity to fully integrate as members of society sends the message that they will permanently be treated as second-class citizens. Studies have shown that restoring the vote to persons leaving prison could aid their transition back into community life.

In addition, felony disenfranchisement laws are largely the legacy of the Jim Crow era. They continue to primarily impact people of color and therefore distort our democracy. Nearly half of voters disenfranchised through these laws are black. Disenfranchisement not only impacts citizens with past convictions but also disempowers the minority  groups to which they belong.

Some U.S. states have no restrictions on voting, while others have a lifetime ban upon conviction. Twelve states, including Alabama, permanently disenfranchise some or all citizens convicted of felony offenses.

Alabama’s law prevents some people from ever voting again even after they have fully served their sentence, while others are only able to restore their rights if they affirmatively apply. Alabama is one of 11 other states that restrict voting rights even after a person has served his or her prison sentence and is no longer on probation or parole. Based on the most recent estimates, Alabama’s law disenfranchises over

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286,000 people in the state: 7.6% of the entire state-wide voting-age population and 15.1% of the adult black male voting-age population.1

The good news is that for many people with convictions, their voting rights can be restored. Alabama passed a new law in 2017 that clarified which convictions disqualify a person from voting, effectively giving the right to vote back to a large number of people who had lost or thought they had lost that right. For others who are   disqualified, they may be able to restore their rights through a simple application to    the state.

This manual first details how you can determine what a person’s path to rights restoration will look like: if they ever lost their right to vote, whether they can apply to the state to have it restored, if they will need to remit their fines and fees, or if they will need a pardon. It also includes template versions of the paperwork a person may need to complete and contact information for some groups who can help further.

We hope that this information and material will be of use to anyone who seeks to strengthen democracy and their communities by empowering those whose voices have been silenced by felony disenfranchisement.

Working with Disenfranchised Citizens

When assisting people with convictions, it is important to keep in mind that they may have particular sensitivities and privacy concerns. So, please:

  • Be welcoming and Understand that there can be guilt and stigma associated with having a criminal record.
  • Be patient. The person you are helping may be emotional or nervous in recalling the details of their conviction. Be aware that other issues may be involved, such as mental health concerns or disability. The person may need assistance with reading and
  • Respect the privacy of the person you are assisting. Keep the conversation private by speaking at a reasonable volume and finding a space away from others. All assistance should be
  • Do not pry into their personal Questions of innocence or morality regarding their conviction are irrelevant to rights restoration and should not be discussed.
  • Do not pass judgment. It is important to enter this work aware of your own biases. Be mindful of your tone of voice and facial expressions. Do not talk down to the people you are

The bottom line is to remember that all people deserve dignity and respect.

1-These figures were estimated by the Sentencing Project before Alabama’s 2017 law that re-enfranchised many.

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The Path to Rights Restoration

This section details the steps to determining the voting rights of people with convictions in Alabama. It will help you determine whether an individual has the right to vote or has the ability to restore their right to vote. It includes many details to thoroughly give information about a range of possible situations. But for most people, rights restoration is not complicated and many of these footnotes and tips will not apply. Helping someone restore their rights can be as simple as glancing at the list of disqualifying convictions. If a person does not have a conviction on the disqualifying list, they can immediately register to vote. Even if a person needs to fill out the required paperwork to restore their rights, it often should not take more than ten minutes.

After you have read through this section or helped a few people through the process, it may be easier to refer to the short Rights Restoration Worksheet and the following flow chart when assisting a person with a conviction.

Step 1: Checking whether the person’s conviction was disqualifying

In May 2017, Alabama passed a new law that effectively re-enfranchised many people who had lost their right to vote or thought that they had lost it because of their conviction(s).

Ask the person you are helping if they remember their exact conviction(s). Check the  list on page 16 to see if the conviction(s) is on the list. If it is NOT on that list, the person never lost their right to vote. That means that they are eligible to register to vote now and need not take additional steps except for registering like all other citizens. This is true regardless of whether of they are currently incarcerated2  and whether they owe  any legal financial obligations to the state. Skip to step 2 for information on registration.

If a person does have a disqualifying conviction, skip to step 3 for more information about rights restoration.

TIPS:

  • Ask about the degree of a person’s conviction. Many convictions in the third degree are not on the list, such as burglary 3rd.
  • There are no drug-related crimes on the list except trafficking. Distribution and possession convictions are not
 
   

2 People who have not lost their right to vote but are incarcerated are entitled to vote by absentee ballot. See part VI.

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  • crimes prosecuted under the youthful offender statutes3 are not

– Federal and out-of-state convictions may be disqualifying if their definitions mirror the state law crime on the disqualifying list.

It is important to know that many people were wrongly told by the state that they had lost their right to vote before the 2017 law went into effect. If someone was told by    the state, often by having their registration rejected or receiving a notice in the mail, that they had lost the right to vote before August 2017, there is a very real possibility that the information was incorrect. In other words, questions about a person’s right to vote are not resolved by information they received from the state before August 2017.

Sometimes people cannot remember their exact convictions, maybe because they occurred a long time ago or because they were charged with something different  than what they were convicted of. If this is the case, we – or another group – can help them look it up in the state’s database. Please give us a call at 202-736-2200.

Additionally, any attorney in Alabama with access to Alacourt can access this information. A person can also check in with the Board of Pardons and Paroles or local courthouse to access this information as well. Feel free to contact us for assistance.

Step 2: Registering to vote

A person may register to vote by filling out an online form, filling out and mailing to their local or the statewide board of registrar’s office the paper registration form found on pages 17-18, or by going to their local registrar’s office in-person.

-To register online visit http://sos.alabama.gov/alabama-votes/voter/register-to-vote,

-To register by mail: Fill out the form on pages 17-18 and mail it to your local board of

registrars office, addresses are found here: http://sos.alabama.gov/alabama-votes/board-

of-registrars-all-counties,

-To register in person: Visit your local board of registrars office.

The deadline to register to vote is 15 days before an election. For up to date information on upcoming elections and deadlines, visit http://sos.alabama.gov/alabama-votes/voter/upcoming-elections

Occasionally people who are qualified to vote are denied registration by error. If you have determined that someone is eligible to vote and helped them register, you should check this website after 14 days to see if they are registered to vote:

 

https://myinfo.alabamavotes.gov/VoterView/RegistrantSearch.do or call 1-800-274-8683.

 
   

3 Ala. Code § 15-19-1(-7).

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If they are not in the system after two weeks, you can follow up with the local board of registrars office or call Campaign Legal Center at 202-736-2200 and we will follow up. Step 2(a). Registering incarcerated people to vote

If you are working with people who are currently incarcerated, step 1 should be performed in the same way as described above. Unfortunately, if a person who is incarcerated has been convicted of a disqualifying felony, they will not be able to restore their rights until their sentence is complete.

However, if an incarcerated person has not been convicted of a disqualifying felony, then they retain the right to vote. Their path to registration and casting their ballot, however, may be more complicated than for someone who is not incarcerated.

Registering to vote

The first step towards voting while incarcerated is to register to vote, either by mail or online. See above, Step 2. If a person wishes to vote at their last address before being incarcerated, they may, or they may use the address of the facility at which they are incarcerated.

The deadline to register to vote is fifteen days before an election

  1. Requesting an absentee ballot

People who are incarcerated can vote only by absentee ballot. They must fill out a form to request the ballot (pages 19-20).

  • A person who is detained outside of the county of their residence should mark the box stating that they will be out of the county on Election Day.4 A person who is detained inside their county of residence should mark the box that states they are unable to vote because of a physical illness or infirmity.5 A person who will use the address of the facility in which they are incarcerated as their residential address should similarly mark that they are unable to vote because of a physical illness of
  • Absentee ballot requests are specific to particular elections and will only cover elections within 42 days of each other. Practically speaking, this means a person will likely have to fill out a new application to receive a ballot for every primary and general
 
   

 Ala. Op. Atty. Gen. No. 2001-052 (2000).

 Id.

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  • Applications for absentee ballot must bereceived five days before an You may need to build in extra time to ensure that the ballot is received on time.
  • Send each application in a separate envelope to the Absentee Election Manager in the county in which the voter is registered. The list of addresses for these managers can be found online at http://sos.alabama.gov/alabama-votes/absentee-election-manager-all- counties.
    1. Casting an absentee ballot

The absentee ballot should arrive by mail. You may assist the voter by giving instructions on how to properly submit the ballot, but should otherwise not be involved with the process of the casting the ballot.

The absentee ballot comes with three envelopes  one plain  (the secrecy envelope),  one with an affidavit, or oath, printed on the outside, and one plain, pre-addressed envelope (the outer envelope). Once the voter casts the ballot, the procedure is as follows:

  1. Voter seals the ballot in the plain envelope
  2. Voter places the plain envelope inside the accompanying affidavit envelope
  • Voter seals the affidavit envelope and completes the affidavit that is on the outside of the envelope
  1. Voter signs the affidavit and has the signature witnessed by two witnesses 18 years of age or older
  2. Voter places the affidavit envelope and a COPY of voter identification inside the outer envelope

The ballot should be returned by mail and must be postmarked no later than the day prior to the election or received by the Absentee Election Manager no later than noon on Election Day.

Do not return multiple ballots in one envelope.

2(b). Voter ID requirements

Voters in Alabama are now required to present photo identification at the polls or to enclose a copy of identification in their absentee ballot application.

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The following forms of ID are acceptable:

  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Valid Nondriver ID
  • Valid Alabama Photo Voter ID
  • Valid State-Issued ID (Alabama or any other state)
  • Valid Federal-Issued ID
  • Valid US Passport
  • Valid Employee ID from Federal Government, State of Alabama, County Government, Municipality, Board, Authority, or other entity of this state
  • Valid student or employee ID from a college or university in the state of Alabama (including postgraduate technical or professional schools)
  • Valid Military ID
  • Valid Tribal ID

If you do not possess one of these forms of ID, you are eligible to receive a free voter ID. To get a free voter ID you must go in person to your local Board of Registrars, the Secretary of State’s office in Montgomery, or to one of the roving mobile units, the schedules for which are posted online.

For more information visit: http://sos.alabama.gov/alabama-votes/voter/voter-id

For the address of your local Board of Registrar’s office, visit: http://sos.alabama.gov/alabama-votes/board-of-registrars-all-counties

  1. Requesting a Certificate of Eligibility to Register to Vote (CERV) for people with disqualifying convictions

Even if someone has a disqualifying conviction, as determined under step one, that does not mean they can never vote. Many people with convictions are eligible to restore their right to vote through a simple application process. Voters who meet the eligibility requirements for a CERV must be given a CERV that will allow them to register to vote within 44 days; it is not a discretionary process.

A . Determine eligibility for a CERV

A person is eligible if they meet all of the following four criteria:

  1. They do not have a conviction of impeachment, murder, rape, sodomy, sexual abuse, sexual crimes against children, or (If they do have one of these convictions, skip to step 5 of this section);
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  1. They do not have any felony charges currently pending;
  • They do not owe any outstanding fines, fees, or restitution from the disqualifying conviction (if they do, skip to step 3 of this section);

-It is important to note that outstanding fines, fees, or restitution are only relevant to voting rights if they are connected to a disqualifying conviction. For example, if someone has a conviction of Burglary 2nd (disqualifying) and Burglary 3rd (not disqualifying) and owes fines and fees under the Burglary 3rd conviction, they do not owe any relevant fines or fees for purposes of the CERV.

-For those who are not sure whether they owe fines, fees, or restitution, or are

not sure which conviction they are connected with, this information can be looked up by us, another group, or they may call the Board of Pardons and Paroles to request it.

-If they do owe disqualifying fines, fees, or restitution, skip to step 4.

  1. Their sentence for the disqualifying conviction must be complete, including all probation and parole. If this is not yet the case, they can apply for a pardon (see step 5).
  2. If eligible, fill out the form to request a CERV

 If a person meets all of the above criteria, they are eligible for a CERV. CERVs are not discretionary – if a person meets the criteria the state must grant it within 44 days.6 There are four ways to apply for a CERV:

  1. In person: The person you are assisting may go in person to the local Board of Pardons and Paroles office and fill out a form there. The address for this office in each county can be found at: http://www.pardons.state.al.us/Offices.aspx.

This may be the best option for ensuring that a CERV is granted in a timely manner.

  1. By Mail: Fill out and mail in the form on pages 21-22.

The person you are assisting – or you – should fill out as much information as possible. If you do not have some information or a section does not apply to the person you are helping, that may be okay as long as the form includes the person’s name, mailing address, date of birth, list of all convictions (using the back if necessary), and their signature.

Important: The form must be signed.

AL Code § 15-22-36.1(c)-(f).

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Mail the form to the local Board of Pardons and Paroles office found here,

http://www.pardons.state.al.us/Offices.aspx, OR to

The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles PO Box 302405 Montgomery, AL 36130-2405

 

If you are working with a community organization, we recommend asking if you can make a record of the person’s name and contact information, and note the date the request was sent, so that you may follow up with that person in 44 days to ensure that the CERV has arrived. If it has not, it is worth following up with the Board of Pardons and Paroles to find the root of the delay. Campaign Legal Center is tracking lengthy delays; please report these incidents to us.

  • By Phone: Call the Board of Pardons and Paroles at (334) 353-7771 or (334) 353-8067

 

  1. By Email: Email the form or all of the information requested on the form to pardons@paroles.alabama.gov, subject line: Request for “Certificate of Eligibility to Register to “

After the person has received their CERV in the mail, they should make a copy and attach it to their completed voter registration form before submitting it to the state.

  1. Request for remission of fines and fees

If a person owes outstanding fines, fees, or restitution that were imposed because of  the disqualifying conviction, they are not yet eligible to restore their right to vote    through the CERV process. They may, however, ask the Board of Pardons and Paroles to reduce or forgive those fees.

If the person has outstanding fines, fees, or restitution but they were imposed in connection with a conviction that was not a disqualifying felony, they are not a barrier to restoring the person’s rights or registering to vote.

If the person is not sure whether they owe fines, fees, or restitution or are unsure of which conviction they are related to, we or another organization with access to Alacourt can help them find out.

A person can request a reduction or forgiveness of fines, fees, or restitution:

-By filling out the form on pages 23-24 and mailing it to The Alabama Board of Pardons

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and Paroles, PO Box 302405, Montgomery, AL 36130-2405,

-By calling the Board of Pardons and Paroles at 334-353-7771 or 334-353-8067),

-Or by emailing a completed form or all the information requested on the form to

pardons@paroles.alabama.gov, subject line: “Request for Remission of Fines and Fees”

The Board can only reduce or forgive fines and fees that have been imposed by the state of Alabama, not by other states or the United States government. 7

  1. Request for a pardon

If someone has a conviction of murder, rape, sodomy, sexual abuse, or sexual crimes against children, they are not eligible for a CERV but may still be able to restore their right to vote by seeking a pardon from the Board of Pardons and Paroles. Additionally,  a person who is not eligible for a CERV because they are still on probation or because they owe outstanding fines and fees may also apply for a pardon. A person is not eligible for a pardon if they have been convicted of treason, impeachment, or if a death sentence has been imposed and not commuted. 8

A pardon may be requested:

  1. in writing: The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles, P.O. Box 302405, Montgomery, AL 36130-2405;
  2. by phone: 334-353-7771 or 334-353-8067; or
  3. by email: pardons@paroles.alabama.gov.
 
   
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Rights Restoration Worksheet

Name of Helper:                                                Name of Organization:     

Date:                   

 

Name of Citizen:                                                                               Address:                                                                                         

 
   

Phone:                                      Email:                                              Date of Birth:                                

Step 1: Disqualifying Conviction(s)? (Check the list.)

If yes, write conviction(s) here and move to step 2:                                

 
   

If no, register to vote and follow up in two weeks. Date of registration:                                                                                          Step 2: Eligible for CERV? Must meet all four of the following criteria:

       No conviction of impeachment, murder, rape, sodomy, sexual abuse, sexual crimes against children or treason?

  • If the citizen has one or more of the above convictions, fill out a pardon request form. Date pardon form submitted:

       No felony charges currently pending?

       No outstanding fines, fees, or restitution from a disqualifying conviction?

  • If the citizen has fines, fees, or restitution in connection with a disqualifying conviction, fill out a form to request remission of fines and Date remission request submitted:

       Sentence is complete, including probation or parole?

  • If the citizen is on probation, they may fill out a pardon request Date pardon form submitted:

Date CERV submitted:                         

 

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Disqualifying Conviction?*

*Only those listed on back of this sheet

No

You have the right to vote!

Even if you have not completed your sentence, have outstanding fines or fees, or have been wrongly told you cannot vote, you never lost your voting rights.

Yes

Do you meet the criteria to apply for a Certificate of Eligibility to Register to Vote (CERV)?

  • No conviction of impeachment, murder, rape, sodomy, sexual abuse, sexual crimes against children, or treason
  • No felony charges currently pending
  • No outstanding fines, fees, or restitution from your disqualifying conviction
  • Sentence complete, including probation or parole
 

No, because of type of conviction

 

Yes

 

No, because of outstanding fines and fees

Register to vote now!

http://  sos.alabama.gov/ alabama-votes/voter/ register-to-vote

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Disqualifying Felonies in Alabama
If you have NOT been convicted of one of the following,

then you NEVER lost your right to vote, and you ARE eligible to register now.

  • Aggravated child abuse
  • Assault (1st or 2nd degree)
  • Attempt to commit an explosives or destructive device or bacteriological or biological weapons crime
  • Bigamy
  • Burglary (1st or 2nd degree)
  • Conspiracy to commit an explosives or destructive device or bacteriological or biological weapons crime
  • Dissemination or public display of obscene matter containing visual depiction of persons under 17 years of age involved in obscene acts
  • Distribution, possession with intent to distribute, production of, or offer or agreement to distribute or produce obscene material
  • Electronic solicitation of a child
  • Endangering the water supply
  • Enticing a child to enter a vehicle for immoral purposes
  • Facilitating solicitation of unlawful sexual conduct with a child
  • Facilitating the online solicitation of a child
  • Facilitating the travel of a child for an unlawful sex act
  • Forgery (1st or 2nd degree)
  • Hindrance or obstruction during detection, disarming, or destruction of a destructive device or weapon
  • Hindering prosecution of terrorism
  • Human trafficking (1st or 2nd degree)
  • Incest
  • Kidnapping (1st or 2nd degree)
  • Manslaughter
  • Murder (including noncapital, reckless, and felony murder)
  • Parents or guardians permitting children to engage in production of obscene matter
  • Possession or possession with intent to disseminate of obscene matter containing visual depiction of persons under 17 years of age involved in obscene acts
  • Possession, manufacture, transport, or distribution of a destructive device or bacteriological or biological weapon
  • Possession, manufacture, transport, or distribution of a detonator, explosive, poison, or hoax device
  • Possession or distribution of a hoax device represented as a destructive device or weapon
  • Production of obscene matter containing visual depiction of persons under 17 years of age involved in obscene acts
  • Production or distribution of a destructive device or weapon intended to cause injury or destruction
  • Prohibited acts in the offer, sale, or purchase of securities
  • Rape (1st or 2nd degree)
  • Robbery (1st, 2nd, or 3rd degree)
  • Selling, furnishing, giving away, delivering, or distribution of a destructive device, a bacteriological weapon, or biological weapon to a person who is less than 21 years of age
  • Sexual abuse (1st or 2nd degree)
  • Sexual abuse of a child under 12 years old
  • Sexual torture
  • Sodomy (1st or 2nd degree)
  • Soliciting or providing support for an act of terrorism
  • Terrorism
  • Theft of lost property (1st or 2nd degree)
  • Theft of property (1st or 2nd degree)
  • Theft of trademarks or trade secrets
  • Torture or other willful maltreatment of a child under the age of 18 (Child Abuse)
  • Trafficking in cannabis, cocaine, or other illegal drugs or trafficking in amphetamine or methamphetamine
  • Traveling to meet a child for an unlawful sex act
  • Treason
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State of Alabama Mail-In Voter Registration Form

FOR USE BY U.S. CITIZENS ONLY u FILL IN ALL BOXES ON THIS FORM u PLEASE USE INK u PRINT LEGIBLY

NVRA-2

2015.02.09

You can use this form to:

u Register to vote in Alabama.

u Update your voter registration record, if you have changed your name or address.

Deadline for submitting application:

Voter registration and updating of voter records is closed during the 14 days prior to each election in Alabama.

To register to vote in the State of Alabama, you must:

u Be a citizen of the United States.

u Reside in Alabama.

u Be at least 18 years of age on or before election day.

u Not have been convicted of a disqualifying felony, or if you have been convicted, you must have had your civil rights restored.

u Not have been declared “mentally incompetent” by a court.

 

(       )

 

‰ Sex (check one)
Female              Male
Š Race (check one)
White                  Black

Asian                  American Indian

Hispanic            Other

 

 

 11 Place of Birth City County   State Country
 
12 Map / Diagram   13 Did you receive assistance?
If your home has no street number or name, please draw a map of

where your house is located. Please include roads and landmarks.

If you are unable to sign your name, who helped

you fill out this application? Give name, address,

and phone number (phone number is optional).

 

 

ID requested: You may send with this application a copy of valid photo identification. You will be required to present valid photo identification when you vote at your polling place

or by absentee ballot, unless exempted by law. For more information, go to www.AlabamaVoterID.com or call the Elections Division: 800-274-8683.

Voter Declaration – Read and Sign Under Penalty of Perjury

   I am a U.S. citizen   I solemnly swear or affirm to support and

   I live in the State of Alabama defend the constitution of the United States

   I will be at least 18 years of age on or and the State of Alabama and further disavow before   

  election day  any belief or affiliation with any group which  I am not barred from voting by

  reason advocates the overthrow of the governments of a disqualifying felony conviction of the

United States or the State of Alabama I have not been judged “mentally by unlawful means and

that the information incompetent” in a court of law  contained herein is true, so help me God.

YOUR SIGNATURE   DATE (mm/d/yyyy)  
If you falsely sign this statement, you can be convicted and imprisoned for up to five years.

 

 

The decision to register to vote is yours. If you decide to register to vote, the office at which you are submitting this application will remain confidential and will be used only for voter registration purposes. If you decline to register to vote, your decision will remain confidential and will be used only for voter registration purposes.

 

To mail, put the address of your county Board of Registrars on the lines below.

AUTAUGA COUNTY CHEROKEE COUNTY CRENSHAW COUNTY GENEVA COUNTY LEE COUNTY MONTGOMERY COUNTY TALLADEGA COUNTY
PO Box 680036 260 Cedar Bluff Rd Ste 106 PO Box 328 PO Box 430 PO Box 1530 PO Box 1667 400 N Norton Ave
Prattville 36068-0036 Centre 35960-1403 Luverne 36049-0328 Geneva 36340-0430 Opelika 36803-1530 Montgomery 36102-1667 Sylacauga 35150-2010
(334) 358-6740 (256) 927-5336 (334) 335-6568 x252 (334) 684-5655 (334) 737-3635 (334) 832-1215 (256) 249-1007

 

BALDWIN COUNTY

PO Box 1507

Bay Minette 36507-1507

(251) 937-0305

BARBOUR COUNTY

PO Box 402

Clayton 36016-0402

(334) 775-8579

303 E Broad St Rm 108

Eufaula 36027

(334) 687-1585

BIBB COUNTY

8 Court Square W Centreville 35042

(205) 926-3102

BLOUNT COUNTY

220 Second Ave E Rm B-5 Oneonta 35121

(205) 625-4182

BULLOCK COUNTY

217 Prairie St N Rm 101

Union Springs 36089-1659

(334) 738-5372

BUTLER COUNTY

700 Court Sq Rm 8

Greenville 36037-2308

(334) 382-5685

(334) 382-6829

CALHOUN COUNTY

1702 Noble St Ste 113

Anniston 36201-3889

(256) 241-2930

CHAMBERS COUNTY

18 Alabama Ave E Rm 101

LaFayette 36862

(334) 864-4313

610 S Gilmer Ave Lanett 36863

(334) 644-7781

CHILTON COUNTY

PO Box 640

Clanton 35046-0640

(205) 755-3820

CHOCTAW COUNTY

117 S Mulberry Ave Ste 1

Butler 36904-0132

(205) 459-2531

CLARKE COUNTY

PO Box 10

Grove Hill 36451-0010

(251) 275-3062

CLAY COUNTY

PO Box 446

Ashland 36251-0446

(256) 354-7815

CLEBURNE COUNTY

120 Vickery St Rm 103

Heflin 36264-1166

(256) 463-5299

COFFEE COUNTY

6 County Complex

New Brockton 36351-9791

(334) 894-5347

COLBERT COUNTY

201 N Main St Tuscumbia 35674-2095

(256) 386-8535

CONECUH COUNTY

111 Court St Rm 102

Evergreen 36401

(251) 578-7024

COOSA COUNTY

PO Box 218

Rockford 35136-0218

(256) 377-2418

COVINGTON COUNTY

228 Hillcrest Dr

Andalusia 36420-2570

(334) 428-2685

(334) 335-6568 x253

CULLMAN COUNTY

500 2nd Ave SW Ste 112

Cullman 35055-4135

(256) 775-4697

(256) 775-4750

DALE COUNTY

PO Box 1101

Ozark 36361-1101

(334) 774-9038

DALLAS COUNTY

PO Box 987

Selma 36702-0987

(334) 874-2534

DEKALB COUNTY

111 Grand Ave SW Ste 105

Fort Payne 35967

(256) 845-8598

ELMORE COUNTY

100 E Commerce St Rm 205

Wetumpka 36092-2746

(334) 567-1150

(334) 567-1197

ESCAMBIA COUNTY

PO Box 557

Brewton 36427-0557

(251) 867-0243

(251) 867-0312

ETOWAH COUNTY

800 Forrest Ave Ste 206

Gadsden 35901-3651

(256) 549-5384

FAYETTE COUNTY

103 First Ave NW Ste 4

Fayette 35555-2627

(205) 932-5432

FRANKLIN COUNTY

PO Box 70

Russellville 35653-0070

(256) 332-8849

GREENE COUNTY

PO Box 224

Eutaw 35462-0224

(205) 372-9669

HALE COUNTY

905D Centerville St Greensboro 36744-1536

(334) 624-4672

HENRY COUNTY

101 Court Square Ste K Abbeville 36310-2135

(334) 585-6080

HOUSTON COUNTY

PO Box 6406

Dothan 36302-6406

(334) 677-4776

JACKSON COUNTY

PO Box 548

Scottsboro 35768-0548

(256) 574-9339

(256) 574-9335

JEFFERSON COUNTY

716 R Arrington Jr Blvd N Ste A-410

Birmingham 35203-0115

(205) 325-5550

LAMAR COUNTY

PO Box 338

Vernon 35592-0338

(205) 695-6348

(205) 695-9197

LAUDERDALE COUNTY

PO Box 1059

Florence 35630-1059

(256) 760-5840

(256) 760-5841

LAWRENCE COUNTY

14451 Market Street Ste 340

Moulton 35650

(256) 974-2460

(256) 974-2461

LIMESTONE COUNTY

  • Clinton St S Ste E Athens 35611-2665

(256) 233-6405

LOWNDES COUNTY

PO Box 311

Hayneville 36040-0311

(334) 548-2389

(334) 548-2080

MACON COUNTY

  • Rosa Parks Ave Ste 100

Tuskegee 36083-1735

(334) 724-2617

MADISON COUNTY

819 Cook Avenue NW Suite 150

Huntsville 35801-5983

(256) 532-3510

(256) 532-3519

MARENGO COUNTY

PO Box 480715

Linden 36748-0715

(334) 295-2249

(334) 295-2086

MARION COUNTY

PO Box 964

Hamilton 35570-0964

(205) 921-3625

MARSHALL COUNTY

424 Blount Ave Ste 106A Guntersville 35976-1122

(256) 571-7740

MOBILE COUNTY

151 Government St Ste 165

Mobile 36602

(251) 574-8586

(251) 574-8587

MONROE COUNTY

PO Box 972

Monroeville 36461-0972

(251) 743-4107 x141

MORGAN COUNTY

PO Box 668

Decatur 35602-0668

(256) 351-4660

(256) 351-4663

PERRY COUNTY

PO Box 555

Marion 36756-0555

(334) 683-2218 x5

PICKENS COUNTY

PO Box 173

Carrollton 35447-0173

(205) 367-2074

PIKE COUNTY

120 W Church St Rm B2 Troy 36081-1913

(334) 566-1757

(334) 566-6449

RANDOLPH COUNTY

PO Box 215

Wedowee 36278-0215

(256) 357-2138

RUSSELL COUNTY

PO Box 700

Phenix City 36868-0700

(334) 298-1443

(334) 448-1508

SHELBY COUNTY

PO Box 1642

Columbiana 35051-1642

(205) 669-3913

CLAIR COUNTY

1815 Cogswell Ave Ste B-25 Pell City 35125

(205) 338-3954

SUMTER COUNTY

PO Box 783

Livingston 35470-0783

(205) 652-7902

(256) 249-1014

PO Box 6170

Talladega 35161-6170

(256) 761-2131

(256) 761-2132

TALLAPOOSA COUNTY

125 N Broadnax St Rm 20

Dadeville 36853-1371

(256) 825-1081

TUSCALOOSA COUNTY

2501 7th St Ste 200

Tuscaloosa 35401-1801

(205) 349-3870 x415

WALKER COUNTY

PO Box 1472

Jasper 35502-1472

(205) 384-7279

WASHINGTON COUNTY

PO Box 1224

Chatom 36518-1224

(251) 847-3255

WILCOX COUNTY

PO Box 661

Camden 36726-0661

(334) 682-9753

WINSTON COUNTY

PO Box 459

Double Springs 35553-0459

(205) 489-3966

SECRETARY OF STATE ELECTIONS DIVISION PO Box 5616

Montgomery 36103

(334) 242-7210

(800) 274-8683

 

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APPLICATION FOR ABSENTEE BALLOT FORM AV-R1

                                           COUNTY, ALABAMA

General Voter Information – Please provide complete information so that we may verify your eligibility to vote.

Last Name (Please print)   First Name              Middle or Maiden Name E-mail Address  
Street Address (address where you are registered to vote; do not use PO box)                                   City               State                ZIP  
Mail my ballot to the address where I regularly receive mail, if different from the street address provided above  
Precinct where you vote (name and/or location of your polling place)  
Date of Birth                       Month                           Day                         Year Driver’s License Number         IF NO DRIVER’S LICENSE NUMBER  
    Last 4 digits of

Social Security number

 
Home Telephone Number

(              )

Work Telephone Number

(              )

 
STATE NUMBER  
             

For all registered voters  I hereby make application for an absentee ballot so that I may vote in the following election:

Primary Election or Presidential Preference Primary

Primary Runoff Election

Select one:

Democratic Party Republican Party Other                Amendments Only

Select one:           Democratic Party

Republican Party Other             Amendments Only

 

General Election                                                                                            Special Election (specify)                                                         

If a primary or runoff, check one:          Democratic Party        Republican Party

  • Absentee ballots for elections more than 42 days apart must be requested on separate applications, unless you are a member of the armed forces, or a spouse or dependent of such person, or you are a United States citizen residing overseas.
 
   
  • An application submitted by a member of the armed forces, or a spouse or dependent of such person, or a United States citizen residing overseas, is valid for all county, state and federal elections in the current calendar

I am applying for an absentee ballot because (check one box):

 
   

I have a physical illness or infirmity which prevents my attendance at the polls.

I have a physical illness or infirmity which prevents my attendance at the polls. I am unable to access my assigned polling place due to a neurological, musculoskeletal, respiratory (including speech organs), cardiovascular, or other life-altering disorder that affects my ability to perform manual tasks, stand for any length of time, walk unassisted, see, hear or speak and:

  1. I am an elderly voter aged 65 or older; or
 
   
  • I am a voter with a

I am enrolled as a student at an educational institution located outside the county of my personal residence, attendance at which prevents my attendance at the polls.

I am a member of, or a spouse or dependent of a member of, the Armed Forces of the United States or am other-

wise similarly qualified to vote absentee pursuant to the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act,42

This application for an absentee ballot will be valid for all county, state, and federal elections held during this

 
   

calendar year unless you specify an earlier expiration date here:                                                            .

When I apply for this absentee ballot, I understand that my name will be stricken from the list of qualified electors and,

when I cast this absentee ballot, I understand that I will not be entitled to vote at my regular polling place.

 

Voter’s Signature Complete this section if voter ¢ signs by mark   Witness Signature
  Print Witness Name

The voter may hand this application to the Absentee Election Manager. The voter may also forward this application to the Absentee Election Manager by U.S. Mail [§17-11-3 and §17-11-4, Code of Alabama, 1975]. Do not include more than one application per envelope if mailing.

READ PENALTIES ON BACK

Revised 2016.08.02

PENALTIES

  • 17-17-24, Code of Alabama, 1975, as amended
(a)   Any person who willfully changes an absentee voter’s ballot to the extent that it does not reflect the voter’s true ballot, any person who willfully votes more than once by absentee ballot in the same election, any person who willfully votes for another voter or falsifies absentee ballot applications or verification documents so as to vote absentee, or any person who solicits, encourages, urges, or otherwise promotes illegal absentee voting, shall be guilty, upon conviction, of a Class C felony. Any person who willfully aids any person unlawfully to vote an absentee ballot, any person who knowingly and unlawfully votes an absentee ballot, and any voter who votes both an absentee and a regular ballot at any election shall be similarly punished.
  • Upon request by the local district attorney or the Secretary of State, the Attorney General shall provide investigating assistance in instances of absentee ballot or voting violations.
  • Nothing in this section shall be construed to impede or inhibit organized legal efforts to encourage voter participation in the election process or to discourage a candidate from encouraging electors to lawfully vote by absentee ballot.

Application for Certificate of Eligibility to Register to Vote (CERV)

 

To:      The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles PO Box 302405

Montgomery, AL 36130-2405 pardons@paroles.alabama.gov (334) 353-7771, (334) 353-8067

From:

 Date:

Re:      Request for Certificate of Eligibility to Vote

 

I request that the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles restore my right to vote.

 

Name under which convicted: True name:

Sex:                             Race:

Date of birth:

Social Security Number: AIS# (Alabama Prison #):

Current physical address:                                    Current mailing address: 

Conviction County/State of Conviction Year Court Type (State/Federal)
       
       
       
       
       
       

 

 

Telephone number:                                               Work or alternate telephone number: Complete list of convictions:

Please mail my certificate of eligibility to register to vote (CERV) to the mailing address listed above. Under Alabama Law, the Board is required to respond to this application within 44 days. AL Code 15-22-36.1(c)-(f). Accordingly, I ask that you please mail my certificate of eligibility to register to vote (CERV) to the mailing address listed above within 44 days of the receipt of this application.

 

Sincerely,

 

Date:

 

Request for Remission of Fines and Fees

 To:      The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles PO Box 302405

Montgomery, AL 36130-2405 pardons@paroles.alabama.gov (334) 353-7771, (334) 353-8067

From:

 Date:

 Re:      Request for Remission of Fines and Fees

I request that the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles completely remit my fines and fees, or if it will not, that it partially remit my fines and fees.

Name under which convicted: True name:

Sex:                             Race:

Date of birth:

 

 

Social Security Number: AIS# (Alabama Prison #):

 

Current physical address:                                    Current mailing address: 

Conviction County/State of Conviction Year Court Type (State/Federal)
       
       
       
       
       
       

 

 

Telephone number:                                               Work or alternate telephone number: Complete list of convictions:

 

Complete list of fines, fees, or restitution owed and fines, fees, or restitution paid:

 

 Statement of Reasons:

 

  

Please let me know the Board’s decision as soon as possible. Thank you for your consideration.

 

Sincerely,

 

Date:

 

Know Your Rights! Voting in Alabama for People with Convictions

 Who can vote?

Under Alabama law, you have the right to vote if: You are a United States Citizen; you reside in Alabama; you are at least 18 years old; you have not been legally declared “mentally incompetent” by a court; you have not been convicted of a disqualifying felony listed on the back of this page.

What is a disqualifying felony?

As of August 2017, disqualifying felonies are only those listed on the back of this page. If you have not been convicted of one of the crimes listed on the back of this page, you do not have a disqualifying felony conviction and are eligible to vote.

What if I want to vote but my registration was rejected?

Before August 2017, the definition of disqualifying felonies was left up to individual registrars. This meant that some people were wrongly told they were ineligible to vote. If you have NOT been convicted of a disqualifying felony, you ARE able to register right now, even if you were incorrectly told that you were ineligible.

If I have a disqualifying conviction, can I get the right to vote back now that I am out of prison?

Maybe. A person with a disqualifying conviction can, sometimes, restore his or her right to vote by applying for a Certificate of Eligibility to Register to Vote (CERV).

You are eligible for a CERV if:

  • You have not been convicted of one of the following crimes: Impeachment, murder, rape, sodomy, sexual abuse, sexual crimes against children, or
  • You do not have any felony charges currently
  • You have paid all legal fines and fees, as well as any victim restitution, ordered by the court that sentenced you for your disqualifying
  • You completed your sentence, were pardoned, or completed probation or

For more information about applying for a CERV, visit the Board of Pardons and Paroles website: http://www.pardons.state.al.us/Pardons.aspx. If you are not eligible for a CERV, you can apply for a pardon to restore your voting rights. Whether you receive a pardon is up to the Board of Pardons and Paroles.

What if I have more questions?

If you have additional questions or want help registering to vote or applying for a CERV, call Danielle Lang or Blair Bowie at (202) 736-2200 or visit http://www.campaignlegalcenter.org/ news/blog/alabama-voting-rights-restoration-toolkit.

Disqualifying Felonies in Alabama
If you have NOT been convicted of one of the following,

then you NEVER lost your right to vote, and you ARE eligible to register now.

  • Aggravated child abuse
  • Assault (1st or 2nd degree)
  • Attempt to commit an explosives or destructive device or bacteriological or biological weapons crime
  • Bigamy
  • Burglary (1st or 2nd degree)
  • Conspiracy to commit an explosives or destructive device or bacteriological or biological weapons crime
  • Dissemination or public display of obscene matter containing visual depiction of persons under 17 years of age involved in obscene acts
  • Distribution, possession with intent to distribute, production of, or offer or agreement to distribute or produce obscene material
  • Electronic solicitation of a child
  • Endangering the water supply
  • Enticing a child to enter a vehicle for immoral purposes
  • Facilitating solicitation of unlawful sexual conduct with a child
  • Facilitating the online solicitation of a child
  • Facilitating the travel of a child for an unlawful sex act
  • Forgery (1st or 2nd degree)
  • Hindrance or obstruction during detection, disarming, or destruction of a destructive device or weapon
  • Hindering prosecution of terrorism
  • Human trafficking (1st or 2nd degree)
  • Incest
  • Kidnapping (1st or 2nd degree)
  • Manslaughter
  • Murder (including noncapital, reckless, and felony murder)
  • Parents or guardians permitting children to engage in production of obscene matter
  • Possession and possession with intent to disseminate of obscene matter containing visual depiction of persons under 17 years of age involved in obscene acts
  • Possession, manufacture, transport, or distribution of a destructive device or bacteriological or biological weapon
  • Possession, manufacture, transport, or distribution of a detonator, explosive, poison, or hoax device
  • Possession or distribution of a hoax device represented as a destructive device or weapon
  • Production of obscene matter containing visual depiction of persons under 17 years of age involved in obscene acts
  • Production or distribution of a destructive device or weapon intended to cause injury or destruction
  • Prohibited acts in the offer, sale, or purchase of securities
  • Rape (1st or 2nd degree)
  • Robbery (1st, 2nd, or 3rd degree)
  • Selling, furnishing, giving away, delivering, or distribution of a destructive device, a bacteriological weapon, or biological weapon to a person who is less than 21 years of age
  • Sexual abuse (1st or 2nd degree)
  • Sexual abuse of a child under 12 years old
  • Sexual torture
  • Sodomy (1st or 2nd degree)
  • Soliciting or providing support for an act of terrorism
  • Terrorism
  • Theft of lost property (1st or 2nd degree)
  • Theft of property (1st or 2nd degree)
  • Theft of trademarks or trade secrets
  • Torture or other willful maltreatment of a child under the age of 18 (a.k.a. Child Abuse)
  • Trafficking in cannabis, cocaine, or other illegal drugs or trafficking in amphetamine or methamphetamine
  • Traveling to meet a child for an unlawful sex act
  • Treason

Index and Other Resources

 Upcoming Election Information

http://sos.alabama.gov/alabama-votes/voter/upcoming-elections

Voter ID information

Voter ID Guide: http://sos.alabama.gov/sites/default/files/AlabamaPhotoVoterIDGuide.pdf

Application for free Voter ID: http://sos.alabama.gov/sites/default/files/voter- pdfs/candidate-resources/ApplicationForFreeALPhotoVoterIdCard.pdf

State Contact Information:

Complete list of Absentee Managers: http://sos.alabama.gov/city-county- lookup/absentee-election-manager

Complete list of Boards of Registrars: http://sos.alabama.gov/alabama-votes/board-of- registrars-all-counties

Complete list of Boards of Pardons and Paroles: http://www.pardons.state.al.us/Offices.aspx

Other Organization Contact Information:

ACLU of Alabama info@aclualabama.org

P.O. Box 6179 Montgomery, AL 36106 Phone: (334) 265-2754

http://www.aclualabama.org

Alabama Non-Violent Offenders Organization (Huntsville) 701 Andrew Jackson Way

Suite B

Huntsville, AL 35801

Phone: (256) 288-3175

http://www.anvoo.org/

For more information or assistance, call 202-736-2200 or visit http://www.campaignlegalcenter.org/news/blog/alabama-voting-rights- restoration-toolkit

Greater Birmingham Ministries (Birmingham) 2304 12th Avenue North

Birmingham, AL 35234

Phone (205) 326-6821

Fax (205) 252-8458

Email info@gbm.org http://gbm.org/

Legal Services Alabama Toll Free: 1-866-456-4995

https://www.legalservicesalabama.org/

Southern Poverty Law Center 400 Washington Ave.

Montgomery, AL 36104

(334) 956-8200 or Toll-Free at (888) 414-7752

https://www.splcenter.org/

The Ordinary People Society (Dothan) 403 West Powell St.

Dothan, AL 36303

Phone/Fax: (334) 671-2882 Email: TopsSociety@yahoo.com

http://www.theordinarypeoplesociety.org/

List of Disqualifying Convictions with Statute Numbers:

Listed under the Felony Voter Disqualification Act Codified as Code of Alabama (1975), section 17-3-30.1. Effective August 1, 2017 per Act #2017-378

  • Murder – Section 13A-5-40 (A) 1-19
  • Murder (Noncapital, Reckless, Felony Murder, etc.) – Section 13A-6-2
  • Manslaughter – Section 13A-6-3 Exceptions: 13A-6-20 (A) (5) and 13A-6-21
  • Assault 1st Degree – Section 13A-6-20
  • Assault 2nd Degree – Section 13A-6-21
  • Kidnapping 1st Degree – Section 13A-6-43
  • Kidnapping 2nd Degree – Section 13A-6-44
  • Rape 1st Degree – Section 13A-6-61
For more information or assistance, call 202-736-2200 or visit http://www.campaignlegalcenter.org/news/blog/alabama-voting-rights- restoration-toolkit
  • Rape 2nd Degree – Section 13A-6-62
  • Sodomy 1st Degree – Section 13A-6-63
  • Sodomy 2nd Degree – Section 13A-6-64
  • Sexual Torture – Section 13A-6-65.1
  • Sexual Abuse 1st Degree – Section 13A-6-66
  • Sexual Abuse 2nd Degree – Section 13A-6-67
  • Sexual Abuse of a child less than 12 years old – Section 13A-6-69.1
  • Enticing a child to enter a vehicle, house, etc. for immoral purposes – Section 13A-6-69
  • Facilitating solicitation of unlawful sexual conduct with a child – Section 13A-6-121
  • Electronic solicitation of a child – Section 13A-6-122
  • Facilitating the on-line solicitation of a child – Section 13A-6-123
  • Traveling to meet a child for an unlawful sex act – Section 13A-6-124
  • Facilitating the travel of a child for an unlawful sex act – Section 13A-6-125
  • Human Trafficking 1st Degree – Section 13A-6-152
  • Human Trafficking 2nd Degree – Section 13A-6-153
  • Terrorism – Section 13A-10-152
  • Soliciting or providing support for an act of terrorism – Section 13A-10-153
  • Hindering prosecution of terrorism – Section 13A-10-154
  • Endangering the water supply – Section 13A-10-171
  • Possession, manufacture, transport, or distribution of a destructive device or bacteriological weapon, or biological weapon – Section 13A-10-193
  • Selling, furnishing, giving away, delivering, or distribution of a destructive device, a bacteriological weapon, or biological weapon to a person who is less than 21 years of age – Section 13A-10-194
  • Possession, manufacture, transport, or distribution of a detonator, explosive, poison, or hoax device –Section 13A-10-195
  • Possession or distribution of a hoax device represented as a destructive device or weapon – Section 13A-10-196 (c)
  • Attempt to commit an explosives or destructive device or bacteriological or biological weapons crime – Section 13A-10-197
  • Conspiracy to commit an explosives or destructive device or bacteriological or biological weapons crime – Section 13A-10-198
  • Hindrance or obstruction during detection, disarming, or destruction of a destructive device or weapon – Section 13A-10-199
  • Possession or distribution of a destructive device or weapon intended to cause injury or destruction – Section 13A-10-200
  • Treason – Section 13A-11-2
For more information or assistance, call 202-736-2200 or visit http://www.campaignlegalcenter.org/news/blog/alabama-voting-rights- restoration-toolkit
  • Dissemination or public display of obscene matter containing visual depiction or persons under 17 years of age involved in obscene acts – Section 13A-12-191
  • Possession and possession with intent to disseminate obscene matter containing visual depiction of persons under 17 years of age involved in obscene acts – Section 13A-12-192
  • Parents or guardians permitting children to engage in production of obscene matter – Section 13A-12-196
  • Production of obscene matter containing visual depiction of persons under 17 years of age involved in obscene acts – Section 13A-12-197
  • Distribution, possession with intent to distribute, production of obscene material, or offer or agreement to distribute or produce – Section 13A-12-200.2
  • Trafficking in cannabis, cocaine, or other illegal drugs or trafficking in amphetamine and methamphetamine – Section 13A-12-231
  • Bigamy – Section 13A-13-1
  • Incest – Section 13A-13-3
  • Torture or other wilful maltreatment of a child under the age of 18 – Section 26-15-3
  • Aggravated child abuse – Section 26-15-3.1
  • Prohibited acts in the offer, sale, or purchase of securities – Section 8-6-17
  • Burglary 1st Degree – Section 13A-7-5
  • Burglary 2nd Degree – 13A-7-6
  • Theft of Property 1st Degree – Section 13A-8-3
  • Theft of Property 2nd Degree – Section 13A-8-4
  • Theft of Lost Property 1st Degree – Section 13A-8-7
  • Theft of Lost Property 2nd Degree – Section 13A-8-8
  • Theft of trademarks or trade secrets – Section 13A-8-10.4
  • Robbery 1st Degree – Section 13A-8-41
  • Robbery 2nd Degree – Section 13A-8-42
  • Robbery 3rd Degree – Section 13A-8-43
  • Forgery 1st Degree – Section 13A-9-2
  • Forgery 2nd Degree – Section 13A-9-3
  • Any crime as defined by the laws of the United States or by the laws of another state, territory, country, or other jurisdiction, which, if committed in this state, would constitute one of the offenses listed in this
For more information or assistance, call 202-736-2200 or visit http://www.campaignlegalcenter.org/news/blog/alabama-voting-rights- restoration-toolkit
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