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Finding ways to rebuild relationships after your prison term

You have just been released from prison and are determined to take your life in a different direction; away from your past, away from your mistakes and away from the reputation you currently hold. At The Law Offices of Massey McClusky, McClusky & Fuchs, we are committed to helping convicted criminals in Tennessee to adjust to life outside of prison and work toward achieving a successful life. 

Reviewing the concept of corruption of blood

A criminal conviction in Memphis can leave one facing an uncertain future once they have fulfilled all of the requirements that justice demands be served for their crime. Their ability to succeed may depend largely on what resources are available to them at the completion of their sentences. Many may think, however, that one loses whatever property or assets that might have previously owned once they have been convicted of a serious crime (in this context, a felony would be viewed as being serious). This assumption is based on a concept known as “corruption of blood.”

Regaining the right to vote

Those in Memphis who have completed the terms of a criminal conviction no doubt look forward to moving past their legal troubles and getting on with their lives. For many, part of moving on may include becoming more involved in their local communities. A major component of community engagement is being able to vote for new laws and measures. Yet one consequence that those who have been convicted of felony offenses are forced to deal with (even after the completion of their sentences) is the forfeiture of the right to vote. Indeed, according to The Sentencing Project, 6.1 million Americans are unable to vote due to prior felony convictions. 

Can you support your efforts to find a job after prison?

Once you have been released from prison in Tennessee, you face the challenges of rebuilding your life and working relentlessly to put your past behind you. Despite your knowledge that you have changed and are committed to making something of your future, other people may not recognize those changes right away and it will take time for you to rebuild that trust. However, with perseverance and determination, you can make progress happen. 

How can I straighten out my finances after my prison release?

Many inmates in Tennessee prisons spend years dreaming about the day of their release. However, upon exiting the federal prison system, you may find yourself woefully unprepared for life as a fully functioning adult in the present times.

Are you eligible for expunction?

The key to successfully moving on after having been convicted of a crime in Memphis is taking full advantage of all of the opportunities that are offered to you. Unfortunately, those opportunities may be limited by the mere fact that you have a criminal conviction on your record. Thus, if it is a possibility, expunction is definitely something that you will want to explore. 

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