Voting Laws

Lawyers Guide

The right to vote is considered one of the most important rights in the United States. In this guide, learn what to do when accused of voter fraud and what the legal requirements for a president’s impeachment are.

  • ContentWhat Is Voter Fraud and How Is It Committed?

    Voter fraud does occur within the United States, but there are many myths and lies that circulate every election term when the outcomes are not what the public feels the voting should conclude with. It is important to know what voter fraud is and how those involved perpetuate these actions throughout the years.

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  • ContentImmigration Consequences of Committing Voter Fraud

    When individuals that possess no citizenship in the country partake in voting events, this could skew the results for officials attempting to take office. While the registration system for voting does possess vulnerabilities to these actions, there are strict consequences of immigrants that alter the outcome of elections.

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  • ContentWhat are the Legal Requirements for Impeachment?

    Impeachment is the method used to remove the current President of the United States from office. However, there are certain legal requirements that must be satisfied before this action is possible, and even with the impeachment procedure completed, the President may remain in office until removed.

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  • ContentQuestioned about Voter Fraud - Do I Need a Criminal Lawyer?

    Governing of most voting events are through state and local authorities and officials, and the laws are specific on how voter fraud would affect the individual based on the location in the country. However, some investigations involve the federal government, and it is important to consult a lawyer before defending against these allegations.

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  • ContentWhy Green Card Holders Must Avoid Voter Registration

    While green card holders enjoy many of the same rights as American citizens, their rights are not absolute. For example, green card holders do not have the right to sit on a jury or receive funding for post-secondary expenses. Additionally, green card holders do not have the right to vote.

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