Collateral civil penalties as techniques of social policy / Christopher Mele and Teresa A. Miller Race, the war on drugs, and the collateral consequences of criminal conviction / Gabriel J. Chin By any means necessary : collateral civil penalties of non-U.S. citizens and the war on terror / Teresa A. Miller Disenfranchisement and the civic reintegration of convicted felons / Christopher Uggen and Jeff Manza Battered women, battered again : the impact of women's criminal records / Amy E. Hirsch A practitioner's account of the impact of the Adoption and Safe Families Act (ASFA) on incarcerated persons and their families / Stephanie S. Franklin Home sweet home for ex-offenders / Elizabeth Curtin The civil threat of eviction and the regulation and control of the U.S. public housing communities / Christopher Mele The everyday world of house arrest : collateral consequences for families and others / William G. Staples
Immigration law as social control : how many people without rights does it take to make you feel secure? / Daniel Kanstroom A vicious cycle : resanctioning offenders / Nora V. Demleitner Lawyering at the margins : collateral civil penalties at the entry and completion of the criminal sentence / Lucian E. Ferster and Santiago Aroca Claiming our rights : challenging postconviction penalties using an international human rights framework / Patricia Allard Prisoner voting rights in Canada : rejecting the notion of temporary outcasts / Debra Parkes Civil disabilities of former prisoners in a constitutional democracy : building on the South African experience / Dirk van Zyl Smit.
Based on a two-day workshop on collateral civil penalties and consequences of felony convictions entitled "Locked Up, then Locked Out," through the University of Buffalo's Baldy Center for Law and Social Policy in October 2002.
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STA KF390.E87 C585 2005
KF390.E87 C585 2005
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