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Restorative justice: A farfetched idea for the Caribbean?

November 16, 2009

The proposal of restorative justice as a means of dealing with some of
our problems is premised on the evidence that determinate sentencing
and the currents means of keeping law and order are failing in the
Caribbean at the same time as we grapple with the growing disorder in
societies which result in crime and vice-versa. This form of justice
holds the promise of aiding in the reversal of these factors and
correcting some root causes. So then the question what is restorative

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