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Many people often associate the phrase “domestic violence” with physical abuse. Once a person claims to be a victim of domestic violence, we readily conjure up images of that individual being on the receiving end of slaps, punches and other forms of physical abuse. While it’s true that physical violence is directly related to domestic […]

Below is an excerpt from the second edition of Love, Roberts & Klingele, Collateral Consequences of Criminal Conviction: Law, Policy & Practice (West/NACDL, 2d ed. 2015)(forthcoming). The excerpt is brought to you by the Collateral Consequences Resource Center. It is about restrictions on international travel based on criminal record. The first section discusses the subject […]