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The NICCC compiles consequences from all 50 states, the federal system, and the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin Islands.
Consequence Types indicate the broad rights, benefits, and opportunities affected.
Keywords indicate the specific rights, benefits, opportunities, and fields of employment and licensure affected.
Offense Types indicate the categories of crimes that may trigger a consequence.
Discretion indicates whether a consequence must be (i.e., is mandatory) or may be (i.e., is discretionary) imposed after a conviction.
Select “Background Check” to identify laws that authorize or require background checks, but do not explicitly impose a consequence based on the results of the check.
Duration indicates the length of time a person is subject to a consequence (indefinitely, or for a limited period of time).
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