Q. Is restorative justice necessary?
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Is restorative justice necessary?

Restorative justice is a practice of making the violator meet their victim in order to repair some of the damages done by the crime. This is a much simplified definition of this process. Share your thoughts below.


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  • kiaazad

    the last thing a victim needs is a visit from the offender. I’d say it not a good idea unless the victim asks for it.


       

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  • virgo214

    Not sure about it. Depends on the degree of the crime commited, maybe. If it was rape, I don’t think there’s something to be restored in that. The suspect might get a number of years to spend in the jail and be released after. Yet the trauma and shame it cause to the victim won’t be mended.


       

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