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What is restorative justice and what does it involve?

How does a pure restorative justice model work? Discuss the restorative sentencing model devised by Vermont. Why are restorative justice concepts considered to be "a new paradigm for sentencing and corrections that will be expanded in the future" (Seitz, 2011)?

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As we talked about in the prior question, the current sentencing model has existed for centuries. The impact this model has had on society has bot positive and negative aspects that often deliver a financial hardship to society at large. Below we'll discuss another type of sentencing that revolves around restorative justice. We'll cover the fundamentals of this type of justice and why it's often been referred to as a new paradigm for sentencing and corrections that will be expanded in the future.

Creating a sentencing process that provides accountability at all levels is to be found in the framework of the restorative justice ...

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As we talked about in the prior question, the current sentencing model has existed for centuries. The impact this model has had on society has bot positive and negative aspects that often deliver a financial hardship to society at large. Below we'll discuss another type of sentencing that revolves around restorative justice. We'll cover the fundamentals of this type of justice and why it's often been referred to as a new paradigm for sentencing and corrections that will be expanded in the future.

370 word essay with reference

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