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Chapter 5 shows that conditions of release have contributed to the transformation of the criminal justice system into a self-perpetuating disposition system with managerial and preventive characteristics. Through a particular strategy of territorialization, i.e. by imposing stringent and unrealistic conditions of release against the backdrop of incarceration to marginalized people who then repeatedly breach them, the criminal justice system has created a self-generating cycle of surveillance and institutional recidivism. This transformation displays and relies upon a specific spatiality and temporality that departs from more traditional expectations of justice. These changes impact marginalized people’s rights and their possibilities to resist legal violence.
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