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Informal Collateral Consequences

Informal collateral consequences can be just as harmful as those that are considered formal. In addition to alleviating the impacts of collateral consequences that are legally imposed, the author argues that the myriad informal collateral consequences, such as the social stigma attached to a criminal record that makes it harder to get a job or a house and strains relationships with family and friends, are just as important to alleviate.

Logan, W. A. (2013). Informal Collateral Consequences. Washington Law Review, 88, 1103–1118.


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