University of Michigan Law School
Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse
Title "Harold v. Richards"
Date Jan 10, 2018
Author Equal Justice Under Law
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Abstract Pennsylvania targeted people with drug-related convictions in a particularly severe way — unlike for all other criminal offenses, the state automatically suspended the driver’s license of any person whose conviction involved drugs. These suspensions made social reentry nearly impossible; they deprived individuals of the ability to find and keep steady employment, to access medical care and addiction treatment services, and to care for their families during the critical period when they are trying to overcome the myriad consequences of a drug conviction and rebuild their lives.
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case Harold v. Richards (CJ-PA-0005)

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