From the article in Marlborough Express:
A Blenheim priest who has admitted an indecent assault is the first case of a clergyman pleading guilty at the first opportunity, the head of sexual-abuse charity says....
Defence lawyer Rob Harrison aske... READ MORE
from article on MySA:
A program that enables Pennsylvania inmates to apologize in writing to victims of their crimes has more letters than people signed up to receive them.
State officials hope to change that by publicizing the Inmate Apolog... READ MORE
from the article by Dorothy Greco on Christianity Today:
Though the word apology, as we know it, does not exist in the New Testament, an absence of the specific word does not indicate an absence of the concept. Scripture provides lessons for how ... READ MORE
Source: (2010) Dissertation. Doctor of Psychology. Marshall University.The present study examined the effects of apology sincerity and acceptance motivation on the
facilitation of forgiveness of a transgression. Eighty-five undergraduates (26 mal... READ MORE
from the article by Sharon Hays and Hennessey Hayes in Queensland University of Technology Law and Justice Journal:
It is clear that, at least on some occasions, young offenders perceive being coerced - whether directly or indirectly - into apo... READ MORE
Source: (2012) Western Journal of Nursing Research 34(6) 766–794Homicide causes negative unintended consequences for family survivors.Family survivors face complicated grief and overwhelming loss with minimal support from others.The authors offe... READ MORE
Source: (2012) Journal Of Business Ethics 109: 275-287Forgiveness and reconciliation have been shown to be beneficial alternatives to revenge as responses to an interpersonal offense in the workplace. Prior research on these topics, however, is of... READ MORE
Source: (2012) Vanderbilt Law Review 65: 737-827
The criminal law's formal criteria for assessing punishment are typically contained in criminal codes, the rules of which fix an offender's liability and the grade of the offense. Those rules class... READ MORE
from the article by David Brindle in the Guardian:
Journalists should be compelled to meet people they have written inaccurate and misleading stories about, the outgoing chair of the Charity Commission has said.
Dame Suzi Leather, who has faced ... READ MORE
from the article by Matt Bowne and Paloma Migone in the Marlborough Express:
....The men responsible for causing New Zealand's worst maritime environmental disaster by grounding the Rena off Tauranga's coast have been sentenced to seven months in... READ MORE