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New Project to Develop A Restorative Process of Determining Guilt.

Brown, Tony C
June 4, 2015

Source: (2002) Restorative Justice Online. January 2002 edition.

Most restorative justice programs recognize the need for an offender to admit guilt before moving to a restorative process. A group of activists became concerned about the denial of the restorative justice healing potential in cases where responsibility for harm was disputed. They are now attempting to find a way to fill this need.


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