Moral, legal, and political philosophy, especially the philosophy of criminal law. 'Collateral' restrictions on people with criminal records - legal restrictions on jobs, voting, and other goods aren't treated as part of the formal punishment but are often more burdensome than the punishment itself. Are these policies justified and if so when and why?
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