A new look at deportation as punishment: Why at least some of the constitution's criminal

Pauw, Robert
January 2000
Administrative Law Review;Winter2000, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p305
Academic Journal
Focuses on the punitive nature of deportation in the context of the immigration laws in the United States. Traditional distinctions between civil and criminal proceedings; Concept of punishment in civil proceedings; Remedial purpose of deportation; Effects of deportation as a punishment.


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