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Selected documents from Gooden v. Worley (state court)

Background: This case attacks the refusal of state officials to allow voter registration of persons who have been convicted of any felony -- even though the Alabama Constitution has provided, since 1996, that only those with a felony involving moral turpitude may be barred.

Complaint (filed 29 September 2005)

* Exhibits A-C

* Exhibit D

First Amended Complaint (filed 19 December 2005)

This entry was posted by Edward at 10:07 PM, 21 December 2005 | Categories: Documents from cases

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