Source: (2000) The Herald of Everett, Washington
The online site of the Washington State Jail Association presents a copy of this article from The Herald newspaper of Everett, Washington. Using specific examples of crime victims and offenders, the writer describes a restorative justice program in the state of Washington that brings victims and offenders together in prison to talk about crime and its effects. He identifies some of the reasons supporting such a program, as well as some of the objections to it.
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