With the election right around the corner, law enforcement officials are going to have their eyes peeled for any signs of possible voting fraud. Like the situation that recently sent a Fort Worth woman back to prison.
She was on supervised release after a conviction for tax fraud when she voted in the 2016 election. Since convicted felons cannot vote in Texas until they have completed the terms of the sentence, the woman was in violation, and she will serve an additional 10 months in federal prison – after five years in state prison.
The kicker? She didn’t realize she was doing anything wrong at the time.
Unfortunately, this doesn’t matter. The state of Texas will prosecute [...]