Collateral consequences of punishment: Civil penalties accompanying formal punishment

Journal of Applied Philosophy 22 (3):241–261 (2005)
When most people think of legal punishment, they envision a judge or jury convicting a person for a crime, and then sentencing that person in accordance with clearly prescribed penalties, as specified in the criminal law. The person serves the sentence, is released (perhaps a bit early for A good behavior"), and then welcomed back into society as a full-functioning member, adorned with all the rights and responsibilities of ordinary citizens.
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DOI 10.1111/j.1468-5930.2005.00308.x
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