Pamela Moses became permanently ineligible to vote after pleading guilty in 2015 to two felonies
Memphis activist Pamela Moses has been sentenced to six years and one day in prison for illegally registering to vote in 2019.
Moses, 44, was convicted in November 2021 for the crime of registering to vote with a felony conviction on her record, Newsweek reports. She became permanently ineligible to vote in Tennessee after pleading guilty in 2015 to two felonies as well as three misdemeanors and was placed on probation for seven years. At the time, she was reportedly charged with tampering with evidence and forgery, perjury, stalking, theft under $500, and escape.