Bridge of Hope Montgomery desires that you develop to be all that you can be. With that said, we are a recognized 501(c)(3) organization by the Codes of US Internal Revenue Service and we do not take any political stance on any situation. Our goal is to inform you of what is available for your development, improvement, and assimilation back into society, thus, becoming a productive member of the same.
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This bill was passed on May 17 and signed on May 25. This new law clearly establishes which felony convictions are considered to be crimes of moral turpitude. These convictions result in the loss of the right to vote; however, individuals with these convictions may be eligible to apply to restore it.