Amendment 4 won’t get fixed in Florida. Here’s why.
Their decision is disappointing, said Jonathan Diaz, legal counsel for voting rights at the nonprofit Campaign Legal Center, which is representing several of the felons who have sued the state. Diaz said lawmakers did not have to wait for the courts to sort it out before acting. While the Florida Supreme Court set a strict definition for “all terms of sentence,” it did not define when those terms of sentence end, he said.
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