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James B. Jacobs, The Eternal Criminal Record (2015)

Franklin Zimring (U.C. Berkeley) writes: “This is the first sustained and analytic look at profoundly important policy on criminal records. In accessible prose, Jacobs provides a guide for legal and criminal justice scholars, practitioners and advocates, and anyone concerned with privacy, employment policy, and race relations. A very important book.” Milton Heumann (Rutgers University) writes:…