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New Criminal Law Review (2019) 22 (3): 236–300.
Published: 01 August 2019
...Rottem Rosenberg Rubins Scholars have offered various accounts of the forces that have caused the contemporary convergence of immigration enforcement and criminal law enforcement, known as “crimmigration.” This article argues that such accounts are insufficient, either because they have difficulty...
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New Criminal Law Review (2017) 20 (1): 12–38.
Published: 01 February 2017
... criminal law books, and attention is beginning to focus on long-neglected issues such as bail and criminal court fines. Still largely overlooked in this era of ambitious reform, however, is the treatment of immigrants in the criminal justice system. An unprecedented focus on immigration enforcement...
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New Criminal Law Review (2012) 15 (2): 157–223.
Published: 01 April 2012
... authorities run the nation’s largest prison system; and state and local law enforcement officers work hand-in-hand with federal immigration officials. This article traces these trends and assesses their significance. The rise of an intertwined regime of “crimmigration” law has generally been attributed to...
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New Criminal Law Review (2020) 23 (3): 366–387.
Published: 27 July 2020
... Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, S.C. 2001). 374 | NEW CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW | VOL . 23 | NO . 3 | SUMMER 2020 sexual offense arrest rates to examine the difference before and after the enactment of New York State s Sex Offender Registration Act (SORA, 1995), Sandler and colleagues (2008) found no...
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New Criminal Law Review (2020) 23 (3): 388–433.
Published: 27 July 2020
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New Criminal Law Review (2019) 22 (4): 391–433.
Published: 01 November 2019
..., asylum seekers, immigrants of all kinds, legal or otherwise. Conventions such as the rule of law and the separation of powers that might previously have limited such interventions are brushed aside as outmoded examples of elitist thinking. Instead, security is prioritized over residual concerns about due...
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New Criminal Law Review (2019) 22 (4): 434–493.
Published: 01 November 2019
..., httpswww.uscourts.gov/statistics- reports/us-district-courts-judicial-business-2018. For example, the Federal Courts divide criminal cases into five categories: Drugs, Immigration, Fraud, Firearms and Explosives, and Other. However, when reporting on trial rates or plea bargaining rates, the data is not divided to...
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New Criminal Law Review (2019) 22 (3): 233–235.
Published: 01 August 2019
... immigration detention (because it is technically civil detention rather than criminal punishment) and does not reduce the sentences for individuals convicted of criminal immigration offenses.6 In other words, what a timely opportunity to discuss immigration and criminal law enforcement around the world...
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New Criminal Law Review (2019) 22 (3): 318–345.
Published: 01 August 2019
.../oct/12/ uk-counter-terrorism-plans-cross-line-on-human-rights-say-mps. 9. A Aliverti, Immigration Offences: Trends in Legislation and Criminal and Civil Enforcement, MIGRATION OBSERVATORY BRIEFING, COMPAS 2 (Oct. 2016), http migrationobservatory.ox.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Briefing...
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New Criminal Law Review (2019) 22 (3): 301–317.
Published: 01 August 2019
... rights of the individual as the right to life, to physical integrity, to property, etc. 3. The immigrant, considered beneficial in a period of economic growth, acquires a negative image during economic recession, ruining the welfare state by fraudulently claiming social security benefits and...
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New Criminal Law Review (2019) 22 (1): 3–33.
Published: 01 February 2019
... criminalization to the study of the real trends of criminal law enforcement. The article offers a critique of both approaches in what refers to the traditional area of application of the theory of criminalization, namely symbolic criminalization. It argues that whereas traditional papers discuss the legitimacy of...
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New Criminal Law Review (2019) 22 (1): 99–135.
Published: 01 February 2019
... homelessness, often lack reasonable alternatives to living in public. Yet cities throughout the country are increasingly enacting and enforcing laws that punish the conduct of necessary, life-sustaining activities in public, even when many people have no other option. These laws are frequently challenged in...
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New Criminal Law Review (2018) 21 (4): 514–544.
Published: 01 November 2018
... to the U.S. Department of Education, 56 percent of expelled students are either Hispanic or African-American (NCES, 2017; USDOE, 2012). Moreover, Hispanic and African-American students make up 70 percent of those involved in school-related arrests or referrals to law enforcement (USDOE, 2012...
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New Criminal Law Review (2017) 20 (3): 391–432.
Published: 01 August 2017
... (2009) 240 CLR 319. 36. Kirk v. Industrial Relations Commission (2010) 239 CLR 531. 37. X7 v. Australian Crime Commission (2013) 248 CLR 92, 140 41 (Hayne and Bell JJ), 153 (Kiefel J). 38. Russell v. Russell (1976) 134 CLR 495. 39. Chu Kheng Lim v. Minister for Immigration (1992) 176 CLR 1, 27, where...
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New Criminal Law Review (2017) 20 (3): 465–505.
Published: 01 August 2017
..., COMPENSATION, AND LAW: A THEORY OF ENFORCEABILITY (2005); Jonathan B. Wiener & Barak D. Richman, Mechanism Choice, in RESEARCH HANDBOOK ON PUBLIC CHOICE AND PUBLIC LAW 363 (Anne Joseph O Connell & Daniel A Farber eds., 2009). 21. Christopher Heath Wellman, Procedural Rights, 20 LEGAL THEORY 286, 290 (2014...
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New Criminal Law Review (2017) 20 (1): 1–11.
Published: 01 February 2017
... in criminal law and criminology, and on the intersections between criminal and immigration law enforcement. **Mary Bosworth is Professor of Criminology at the University of Oxford and, con- currently, Professor of Criminology at Monash University, Australia. She is Assistant Director of the Centre...
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New Criminal Law Review (2017) 20 (1): 66–95.
Published: 01 February 2017
... prisoners can be punished thousands of miles from the polities whose laws they have contravened. This Article proceeds as follows. Part I situates the international prisoner transfer program within contemporary efforts to use the criminal justice system to enforce immigration policy. This Part recounts the...
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New Criminal Law Review (2017) 20 (2): 181–232.
Published: 01 May 2017
... second information revolution has yet to transform law enforcement as dramatically as home telephones and radio dispatch systems did,1 but that may be just a matter of time. Police departments have access to exponentially increasing amounts of information, and methods of proces- sing and analyzing vast...
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New Criminal Law Review (2017) 20 (1): 157–179.
Published: 01 February 2017
... sections, despite the fact that the Dutch legislature aimed to clearly distinguish between circumstances under which RNM officers act as crime control officers or immigration control officers, our observations showed that this distinction wasn t always reflected by the actions of officers enforcing the MSM...
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New Criminal Law Review (2017) 20 (1): 96–129.
Published: 01 February 2017
.... Chaco´n, Tensions and Tradeoffs: Protecting Trafficking Victims in the Era of Immigration Enforcement, 158 U. PA. L. REV. 1609 (2010). 31. Kelly Heinrich & Kavitha Sreeharsha, The State of State Human Trafficking Laws, 52 JUDGES J. 1 (2013), available at httpwww.americanbar.org/publications...