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This book covers general types of collateral consequences, attorney's duties regarding consequences, constitutional challenges to consequences,access to and the use of criminal records, regulation of employment and occupational licensing, and restoration of rights after a conviction. Insights on practice guidance, historical background and future trends are discussed.
Covers access to criminal records and regulation of criminal
Explains varied methods of rights restoration and preservation
Describes specific types of consequences, including firearms dispossession, licensing and contracting bars, and travel restrictions
Covers criminal practice-related issues (charging, negotiating
pleas, sentencing, appeals, and collateral relief)