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7 - Conditional Life inside the Red Zone

from Part III - Territorialization and Its Consequences

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  06 February 2020

Marie-Eve Sylvestre
Affiliation:
University of Ottawa
Nicholas Blomley
Affiliation:
Simon Fraser University, British Columbia
Céline Bellot
Affiliation:
Université de Montréal
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Summary

Chapter 7 focuses on the lived impact of red zones and other bail and sentencing orders on marginalized people’s lives and rights. The spatial and temporal dimensions of these orders are particularly consequential. By isolating spatially and temporally the individuals subject to such orders, they put their safety, security, and lives at risk, impede successful reintegration, and create further social and economic barriers and constraints for individuals who are already socially and economically marginalized. Such orders also increase the risks of violent encounters with the police as well as life-threatening experiences of incarceration, connecting marginalized people with networks of oppression. Although these consequences directly infringe on some of their fundamental rights, such arguments rarely reach the courtroom.

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Red Zones
Criminal Law and the Territorial Governance of Marginalized People
, pp. 163 - 189
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2020

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