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Gooden v. Worley: federal court dismisses case for lack of standing

On 26 May 2006, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama dismissed a challenge to the practice of the Secretary of State of encouraging registrars to bar applicants convicted of any felony from registering. The State Constitution bars only those convicted of felonies involving moral turpitude. The NAACP Legal Defense Fund and I had brought suit under Section of the Voting Rights Act to require the Secretary of State to cease this practice until she obtained preclearance for it. You can download the file here.

This entry was posted by Edward at 7:35 PM, 30 May 2006 | Categories: Documents from cases , Voters , Voting Rights Act


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