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Restorative Justice process in case law.

McDonald, John M
June 4, 2015

Source: (2008) Alternative Law Journal. 33(1).

Recently in the NSW Land and Environment Court parties in a criminal matter involving environmental offences and the destruction of Aboriginal artefacts participated in a restorative justice process. This brought the parties together, achieved a significant and ongoing improvement in relationships and influenced the eventual outcome of the case. (author’s abstract).


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