1. In an effort to convince the members of a legislative committee on criminal justice reform to work toward the elimination of collateral consequences, the director of an offender-advocacy organization tells the stories of several sympathetic offenders, describing how these consequences of incarceration have perpetuated inescapable cycles of poverty, desperation, and criminal activity in their lives. Which of the following conditions is the director LEAST likely to have cited as an example of the collateral consequences faced by these individuals?

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