Mediation in a Restorative Justice Program

CJOnline
February 28, 2013

Law Professor talks about mediation as a tool to empower victims and encourage offenders to take responsibility for their actions instead of the conventional criminal justice that focuses on punishment. Professor Kaye from Washburn University law school professor notes, “Restorative justice is a movement that has been popular in the United States since the 1980s.”

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