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Another area of reform is creating mechanisms for the restoration of rights, essentially an application process to free an individual from a particular civil consequence or set of consequences.
C]riminal convictions can carry a wide variety of consequences other than conviction and sentencing, including civil commitment, civil forfeiture, the loss of the right to vote, disqualification from public benefits, ineligibility to possess firearms, dishonorable discharge from the Armed Forces, and loss of business or professional licenses.
Cases preceding Padilla regarding affirmative misadvice recognized the similarity between deportation and other consequences, and concluded that misadvice concerning a range of consequences was ineffective assistance of counsel.
While the lesson of Padilla and Turner is that each consequence must be evaluated individually, this application reveals several categories of consequences that are likely to warrant Sixth Amendment protections because their fundamental characteristics tend to satisfy the significant entanglement test.
Thus, this category of consequences, following the logic of Padilla and Turner, should be afforded Sixth Amendment protection at the plea stage.
238) However, there are some general characteristics of consequences that predict the application of the framework.
The mean number of consequences mentioned by each respondent was 8.
For both females and males, the largest number of consequences fell into the category of Health - Individual Effects.
Instead, we saw that somewhat different patterns of consequences were salient for different prevention measures and for each gender.
There were certain categories of consequences that appeared to be more salient for one gender than for the other.
However, the awareness of consequences in courage is quite different from acting on faith, and no understanding of courage would be complete without an understanding of what constitutes faith.
The researchers caution that their classifications of consequences as positive or negative may not match the views of adolescents themselves, and the findings may not be widely generalizable.