Taking the Punishment Out of the Process: From Substantive Criminal Justice Through Procedural Justice to Restorative JusticeLaw and Contemporary Problems
AbstractIf the punishment is taken out of the process, and the processes of criminal justice become effective at restoration--and if rigorous empirical research might show that a restorative process costs less money and produces greater public safety--that would be a result everyone would embrace.
Citation InformationBrenda Sims Blackwell and Clark D. Cunningham. "Taking the Punishment Out of the Process: From Substantive Criminal Justice Through Procedural Justice to Restorative Justice" (2004) p. 59 - 108
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