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Prosecuting Violence: A Colloquy on Race, Community, and Justice. Goodbye to Hammurabi: Analyzing the Atavistic Appeal of Restorative Justice

Delgado, Richard
June 4, 2015

Source: (2000) Stanford Law Review 52(4):751-775. Reprinted in Restorative Justice. Declan Roche (2003), ed. Pp. 261-285. The International Library of Essays in Law & Legal Theory, Second Series. Aldershot, Hants, England: Dartmouth/Ashgate.

Compares restorative justice to the traditional criminal justice system of the United States. Restorative justice movement and victim-offender mediation; Critique of the restorative justice; Elements expected by society from a criminal justice system; Dialogic approach based on competition between the two justice systems.


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