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Restore the Vote


On November 6, 2018, Florida Constitutional Amendment 4 was overwhelmingly approved by Florida Voters. Known as the Voting Rights Restoration for Felons Initiative the amendment allows those convicted of felony offenses to have their voting rights restored upon completion of their sentence.

With several exceptions, most individuals will qualify to have their right to vote restored.

To restore their right to vote these individuals must complete their sentence (i.e., prison, parole, and probation) and make sure they owe no legal restitution or fines/fees and do not have any pending criminal charges.

Man Voting at Booth


We’re dedicated to helping restore the basic right to vote. We have a fines and fees assistance program. If you qualify, we will pay your fines and fees.

For those with excessive fines and fees, we provide lawyers who will file motions to reduce or eliminate those costs.

The FLJC believes that every vote matters.

Woman I Voted Sticker


Woman I Voted Sticker


**You can now register to vote at our office.**

On October 6, 2020 the Florida Department of State, Division of Elections approved the Florida Justice Center as a Third-Party Voter Registration Organization. This allows us to register voters.

Every client coming through our doors is screened for qualification and, if they so desire, are registered to vote.

If you need assistance registering to vote:

If you do not need assistance and are certain you are qualified to register, you may do so online with the State of Florida at 

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