Crimmigration Law

Author: César Cuauhtémoc García Hernández
ISBN: 9781627223874
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Crimmigration Law provides readers with a fundamental understanding of this developing area of law, tracks the legal developments that have created crimmigration law, and explains the many ways that the line between criminal law and ...

Crimmigration Law In The European Union Part 2

Author: Aniel Pahladsingh
Publisher: Wolf Legal Publishers
ISBN: 9789462403406
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In the European Union the Return Directive aims at establishing common standards and procedures to be applied in Member States for returning illegally staying third-country nationals.

The Borders Of Punishment

Author: Katja Franko Aas
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199669392
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Crimmigration processes become punishment either when they create a punitive
experience for non-citizens, as with immigration detention, or when they take the
place of formal punishment, such as when the purpose of a police arrest is to
channel a non-citizen into a deportation track. Part I of this chapter examines how
the rise of crimmigration law complicates the question whether deportation
constitutes criminal punishment in US law (Markowitz 2011). It traces the ongoing

Globalisation And The Challenge To Criminology

Author: Francis Pakes
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136744630
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Kentucky and Operation Streamline illustrate the challenges that US courts and
policymakers face when grappling with the shifting geography of 'crimmigration
law', which describes the interaction between criminal and immigration law.
Crimmigration law has altered the landscape of both immigration and criminal
law.9 Criminal law has taken on a new role as a promisor of safety and security
for a society captivated by risk-avoidance. Immigration law too holds out a similar
promise of ...

The Routledge Handbook On Crime And International Migration

Author: Sharon Pickering
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135924333
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The leviathan of crimmigration law is provoking a response that is at once
political and social, manifesting in proposed legislation, political positions, and
social activism. Its gravitational pull is creating an arena of study and activity that
augurs groundbreaking developments in law and new horizons in academic
research (Parkin 2013). The concept of crimmigration has become a gathering
place for scholars, advocates, and activists in all areas of crime and migration. It
has also ...

Justice And Security In The 21st Century

Author: Barbara Hudson
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136451021
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Itwillbegin by tellingthe storyof the criminalisation of immigration law and
theinfluence of immigration lawon criminal law,which together compose
crimmigrationlaw. Thechapter will evaluatethe effects of crimmigration law,
critiquing the impacts onestablished conceptionsof membership and the
justcommunity. Finally, itwillsketch a proposed innovation to thecurrent
frameworkofUS crimmigration law: recognition thata measure of proportionality is
critical to an immigration enforcement ...

Immigration Detention Risk And Human Rights

Author: Maria João Guia
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319246909
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In terms of immigration law it is the government—not the immigrant—that has
subverted the rule of law. The rule of law would have required procedural
safeguards for immigrants subject to crime control measures and perhaps would
ensure the decriminalization of what are ostensibly civil offenses. At the
intersection of crime and immigration, crimmigration law ensures neither.

The Oxford Handbook Of Ethnicity Crime And Immigration

Author: Sandra M. Bucerius
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0199859019
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Nonetheless, the decisions are salutary in trying to clean up the messy, murky
domain of crimmigration by improving the assistance of defense counsel,
ameliorating aggressive charging, and showing that the Court will police against
the externalities posed by dissident states intervening in immigration
criminalization. Although judicial checks on the margins are important, ultimately,
the political branches are central to the future of crimmigration law. Inability to
reach political consensus ...

The Constitution And The Future Of Criminal Justice In America

Author: John T. Parry
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 110702093X
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Unauthorized migration is not new to the United States. Nor is bias. The
explanation that this chapter offers forefronts the rise of crimmigration law in
transforming the nature of federal immigration law. The development of
crimmigration law was part of a larger trend toward domesticating immigration
law.40 Crimmigration law expanded the regulation of migration from the border
toward the interior of the country. Crimmigration also made the connection
between criminal and immigration ...

The Securitization Of Migration And Refugee Women

Author: Alison Gerard
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135982570
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Writing about temporal aspects of membership in the US, Stumpf (2011: 1709)
argues that crimmigration law 'is wasting precious time'. Stumpf draws attention to
the way in which immigration and criminal law separately value time as a tool.
Immigration law utilizes time as a tool to determine who is or may become a
citizen or permanent resident, and other sanctions. Similarly, criminal law uses
time as a tool to determine aspects of a persons' sentence such as factors in
mitigation and ...