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Long path to redemption.

Stanley, J. Adrian
June 4, 2015

Source: (2009) Colorado Springs Independent. 26 March.

Jonathan Price had spoken for more than the allotted three minutes. He glanced over, and noticed someone had unplugged the timer.

The state lawmakers continued to listen to his story. Some of them had tears in their eyes. It was last March and Price was in Denver to talk about House Bill 08-1117, which would encourage courts to send juvenile offenders through a progressive, voluntary program called restorative justice.

Price says it helped him through his “accident.” (excerpt)


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