Uses and Consequences of a Criminal Conviction (eBook, PDF) - Fitzgerald O'Reilly, Margaret
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This book examines the increasing retention and use of previous criminal record information, within and beyond the criminal justice system. There remains a misconception that once an offender has served the penalty for an offence, his or her dealings with the law and legal system in relation to that offence is at an end. This book demonstrates that in fact the criminal record lingers and permeates facets of the person's life far beyond the de jure sentence. Criminal records are relied upon by key decision makers at all stages of the formal criminal process, from the police to the judiciary.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book examines the increasing retention and use of previous criminal record information, within and beyond the criminal justice system. There remains a misconception that once an offender has served the penalty for an offence, his or her dealings with the law and legal system in relation to that offence is at an end. This book demonstrates that in fact the criminal record lingers and permeates facets of the person's life far beyond the de jure sentence. Criminal records are relied upon by key decision makers at all stages of the formal criminal process, from the police to the judiciary. Convictions can affect areas of policing, bail, trial procedure and sentencing, which the author discusses. Furthermore, with the increasing intensifying of surveillance techniques in the interests of security, ex-offenders are monitored more closely post release and these provisions are explored here. Even beyond the formal criminal justice system, individuals can continue to experience many collateral consequences of a conviction whereby access to employment, travel and licenses (among other areas of social activity) can be limited as a consequence of disclosure requirements. Overall, this book examines the perpetual nature of criminal convictions through the evolution of criminal record use, focussing on the Irish perspective, and also considers the impact from a broader international perspective.


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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Erscheinungstermin: 23.11.2018
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781137596628
  • Artikelnr.: 54629556
Autorenporträt
Margaret Fitzgerald O'Reilly is Lecturer in Law at the University of Limerick, Ireland. She researches in the field of criminology and criminal justice, with a particular focus on the management of offenders in the aftermath of punishment and release. She is also co-author of a book entitled Sexual Offending in Ireland: Laws, Procedures and Punishment (Clarus Press, 2018).

Inhaltsangabe
Part I. Criminological and Penological Perspectives.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Mapping the Criminological and Penological Landscape.- Part II. Criminal Record from PreTrial to Post Punishment.- Pretrial.- 3. Policing the Criminal Record.- 4. The Role of Criminal Record in Bail.- Trial and Sentencing.- 5. The Criminal Record on Trial.- 6. Sentencing on Criminal Record.- Part III. The Aftermath of Punishment and Release.- 7. Post-Release Monitoring of Ex-Offenders in the Community.- 8. Collateral Consequences of a Conviction and Circuits of Exclusion.- 9. Conclusion.