Reentry & Transition Planning Restorative Justice

Restorative Justice for People Who are Innocent & Wrongfully Imprisoned

For many, if not most restorative justice programs, a basic principle is that it should only be used for people who have committed crimes, and who admit their guilt. See for example: After working with restorative justice for the last 15 years, I think this principal needs to be more carefully considered, and can be abandoned in some cases. A restorative approach asking, “who was hurt, how, and what could be done to help…

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