1. Collateral civil penalties as techniques of social policy / Christopher Mele and Teresa A. Miller 2. Race, the war on drugs, and the collateral consequences of criminal conviction / Gabriel J. Chin 3. By any means necessary : collateral civil penalities of non-U.S. citizens and the war on terror / Teresa A. Miller 4. Disenfranchisement and the civic reintegration of convicted felons / Christopher Uggen and Jeff Manza 5. Battered women, battered again : the impact of women's criminal records / Amy E. Hirsch 6. A practitioner's account of the impact of the Adoption and Safe Families Act (ASFA) on incarcerated persons and their families / Stephanie S. Franklin 7. Home sweet hoem for ex-offenders / Elizabeth Curtin 8. The civil threat of eviction and the regulation and control of U.S. public housing communities / Christopher Mele 9. The everyday world of house arrest : collateral consequences for families and others / William G. Staples 10. Immigration law as social control : how many people without rights does it take to make you feel secure? / Daniel Kanstroom 11. A vicious cycle : resanctioning offenders / Nora V. Demleitner 12. Lawyering at the margins ; collateral civil penalities at the entry and completion of the criminal sentence / Lucian E. Ferster and Santiago Aroca 13. Claiming our rights : challenging postconviction penalties using an international human rights framework / Patricia Allard 14. Prisoner voting rights in Canada : rejecting the notion of temporary outcasts / Debra Parkes 15. Civil disabilities of former prisoners in a constitutional democracy : building on the South Afican experience / Dirk Van Zyl Smit.