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Reentry of Ex-Offenders   Tags: reentry ex-offenders recidivism  

Last Updated: Oct 5, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Call Number Ranges

You may also find materials relevant to this topic by browsing the following call number ranges in the Law Library: HV 9400-9500, HV 9950, HV 7432 and KF 9750.


Google Books

Search with the terms  reentry, prisoners, or collateral consequences  to find Google books on this subject. Then narrow your search by country.


Books can also help you start your research.  They can be narrowly focused or they can show an overall picture of a general topic.  Many of these titles also contain the text of basic legislation. Search the Discovery Service on the TMLL web page in order to find books on Reentry.  Unless you are searching for a specific title, search by subject.  Reentry, Ex-Convicts or Collateral Consequences are good examples of subjects.  Use the advanced search link on the right side of the Discovery section to start a search.  Listed below are some titles that can help you:

Please note:  LexisAdvance and WestlawNext both contain links to MICPEL treatises.  To find LEXIS titles: Browse>jurisdiction>Maryland>sources>Treatieses> Criminal Law & Procedure>MSA. Westlaw also offers access to practice oriented titles.    

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About the Catalogs at the Library

The default catalog is "Discovery Service at UM Carey Law," a one-stop method of providing access to a wide variety of library resources including books, eBooks, eJournals, EBSCOhost and other databases all in one Google-like search box.  Discovery Service complements other catalogs and research databases, including WorldCat, which allows you to search the collections of libraries worldwide, and the Law Library's Classic Catalog. All of these catalogs provide access to the holdings the Thurgood Marshall Law Library as well as that of the various libraries within the University System of Maryland.  Records in the catalog provide a full description of each item, along with its subject headings, call numbers, library locations, and circulation status. The Catalog also contains current periodical receipt records and indicates which materials are on order for the library.

Use these links to learn how and when to search each catalog:
Discovery Service           World Cat           Classic Catalog            Boolean Search Tips              Interlibrary Loan (ILL)


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