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This compendium includes material drawn from Brennan Center reports, policy proposals, issue briefs, public remarks, legal briefs, and congressional t...
This article in the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology is the second article stemming from a study of the post-release behavior of wrongfully con...
During 2016, at least 17 states adopted reforms that are targeted at reducing prison populations and addressing collateral consequences for people wit...
More than 150 cities and counties and 34 states and Washington, DC, have adopted ban-the-box policies, which remove questions about criminal history f...
This report from the Urban Institute examines criminal background checks as a significant collateral consequence for people in the justice system and ...
The Collateral Consequences Resource Center recently launched the Compilation of Federal Collateral Consequences, an online database that maps out res...
This four-volume report from the Academy for Justice at Arizona State University's Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law covers dozens of topics within t...
Job applicants with criminal records are much less likely than those without them to obtain legitimate employment. Recent efforts to address this prob...
Californians with convictions face over 4,800 laws that impose harmful collateral consequences long after successful completion of a sentence, most of...
Many localities have in recent years regulated the use of questions about criminal history in hiring, or “banned the box.” This publication, from AEI,...