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Criminal Justice Section: Re-entry & Collateral Consequences Committee

Criminal Justice Section:
Re-entry & Collateral Consequences Committee


Goals



1. Membership development: encourage member-driven projects, advocacy;

2. Mobilize advocacy around the housing resolution already passed by the ABA;

3. Mobilize advocacy around legislation addressing collateral consequences affecting employment; and

4. Liaise with other Criminal Justice Section committees and other ABA committees for development of future goals.


News & Announcements



[NEW] National Inventory of the Collateral Consequences of Conviction

Survey on Reentry


Books From Our Committee



Minority Contracting Programs: A Growing Criminal Risk to Corporations and Contract Participants (Audio CD-ROM)
In recent years, and with increased frequency, federal prosecutors are converting contract breaches involving minority and other disadvantaged group s... more

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- Join The ABA


Leadership



Co-Chairs:  Michelle Renee Bonner, Caroline Hsu

Committee Roster (71 total members)


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Committee Newsletters



July 2008 Newsletter

Resources



The Uniform Collateral Consequences of Conviction Act (UCCCA)

CJS Nationwide Collateral Consequences Projects:

The Uniform Collateral Consequences of Conviction Act
(UCCCA)

Think Before You Plea: Juvenile Collateral Consequences


more...

Second Chance Act



Second Chance Act, Public Law 110-119
SCA Grants for State and Local Governments
SCA Grants for Non-Profit Organizations

Links to Additional Resources



THE CONSEQUENCES OF CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS IN NEW YORK STAA GUIDE FOR CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEYS AND OTHER ADVOCATES FOR PERSONS WITH CRIMINAL RECORDS (April 2009 Edition)
Juvenile Rentry Programs
Preliminary Report of the New York State Bar Association's Task Force on Wrongful Convictions
National Reentry Resource Center
Second Chances in the Criminal Justice System: Alternatives to Incarceration and Recovery Strategies
more links...

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