Collateral consequences are legal and regulatory sanctions and restrictions that limit or prohibit people with criminal records from accessing employment, occupational licensing, housing, voting, education, and other opportunities. (Justice Center, The Council of State Governments)
This easy-to-use tool lists the collateral consequences of conviction for each state/jurisdiction. (Justice Center, The Council of State Governments)
This PDF highlights some of the most outrageous collateral consequences across the nation. (Prison Fellowship)
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