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Serving People from Arrest to Reintegration

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This folder contains materials for Defenders developing a holistic or client-based practice, and for civil legal services organizations, including those funded by the federal Legal Services Corporation, developing programs that address reentry issues and deal with the collateral consequences of criminal proceedings.


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  • An Advocacy Organization's View of Issues Surrounding Reentry: Setting An Agenda for Research and Policy

  • Protocol for the Development of a Public Defender Immigration Service Plan (Immigrant Defense Project 2009)

  • From Arrest to Reintegration: A Model for Mitigating Collateral Consequences of Criminal Proceedings (2009)

  • An Integrated Perspective on the Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions & Reentry Issues Faced by Formerly Incarcerated Individuals (Michael Pinard)

  • Cross-Sector Collaboration in Reentry: Building an Infrastructure for Change

  • A Reentry-Centered Vision of Criminal Justice.

  • Holistic Is Not a Bad Word: A Criminal Defense Attorney's Guide to Using Invisible Punishments As An Advocacy Strategy

  • Unlocking the Potential of Reentry and Reintegration

  • Broadening the Holistic Mindset: Incorporating Collateral Consequences and Reentry into Criminal Defense Lawyering

  • Bridging the Gap: A Practical Guide to Civil-Defender Collaboration

  • Reentry - The Tie That Binds Civil Legal Aid Attorneys and Public Defenders

  • Community Defenders in the 21st Century: Building on a Tradition of Problem-Solving for Clients, Families and Needy Communities

  • What Can And Cannot Be Done: Representation of Clients by LSC-Funded Programs

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