The request should include all of the following information:
Name under which convicted
Sex and race
Date of birth
Social Security Number
AIS# (Alabama Prison #), if you have one
Current physical address including county
Current mailing address if different from physical address
Indicate if the conviction was a State or Federal Conviction
Home telephone number, including area code
Work or alternate telephone number, including area code
Complete list of convictions, county of convictions and year of convictions
NOTE: The applicant should indicate if they are only interested in voting rights or both
voting rights and a pardon. If the applicant is interested in a pardon, he/she should indicate
if he/she needs a misdemeanor pardoned for purposes of obtaining a license (such as bonding or
nursing, etc). If this is not indicated, it will be assumed that the applicant is only
interested in having felony convictions pardoned.
Not all applicants are eligible for voter rights restoration.
Applicants may qualify if they:
• Have one or more felony convictions from any state or federal court
• Have no pending criminal felony cases,
• Have paid all fines, court costs, fees, and restitution
ordered at the time of sentencing on disqualifying cases in full,
• Have completed their sentence,
• Have successfully completed probation or parole.
Applicants with convictions for any of the crimes listed below are ineligible for voter rights restoration:
Rape (any degree),
• Sodomy (any degree),
Sexual Abuse (any degree),
Enticing a Child to Enter a Vehicle for Immoral Purposes,
Soliciting a Child by Computer,
Production of Obscene Matter Involving a Minor,
Production of Obscene Matter,
Parents or Guardians Permitting Children to Engage in Obscene Matter,
Possession of Obscene Matter,
Possession with Intent to Distribute Child Pornography or
If the applicant meets the criteria, an investigation will be completed.
Based on the results of the investigation and a favorable determination by the Board of Pardons and Paroles, a voter right
restoration certificate will be issued.
Please note that due to an Attorney General opinion, a person does not lose voting
rights unless the felony conviction involves moral turpitude. Our agency has determined
that Felony DUI and Possession of Drugs do not involve moral turpitude.
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