Loss of rights due to criminal conviction refers to the practice in some countries of reducing the rights of individuals who have been convicted of a criminal offence.
The restrictions are in addition to other penalties such as incarceration or fines.
Would you date someone who has done time in prison? Does it depend on the charge, the time they've been out, or would you not ever date a felon?
What do you think about people who do date those who have spent time in prison?
While constitutional challenges to felon jury exclusion almost always originate from interested litigants, some scholars contend that "it is the interests of the excluded felons that are most directly implicated." Yet attacks on these blanket prohibitions levied by excluded felon jurors have failed consistently.
The United States Supreme Court does not recognize the right to sit on a jury as fundamental.
Similar mandatory prohibition orders are imposed for offences involving a motor vehicle which cause bodily harm or death and for street racing.
In addition to the driving prohibitions under the Criminal Code, there may be collateral civil consequences.
For example, driver licences are issued under provincial law.
Restrictions can be placed on certain activities following a conviction for a criminal offence.
Four areas where there are restrictions are with respect to: (1) the use of weapons in the commission of a criminal offence; (2) driving a vehicle while impaired by alcohol or drugs; (3) electoral corruption offences.