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The Future of Shaming (and Restorative Justice), Part 7 of 7

(Dan Markel) See here for previous related links to the first through sixth posts in this series. What follows in today’s post is the last excerpt of a forthcoming piece that addresses Dan Kahan’s recent renunciation of shaming punishments and subsequent embrace of restorative justice as an alternative to incarceration. 435 more words

Crime Control

The Future of Shaming (and Restorative Justice), Part 7 of 7

(Dan Markel) See here for previous related links to the first through sixth posts in this series. What follows in today’s post is the last excerpt of a forthcoming piece that addresses Dan Kahan’s recent renunciation of shaming punishments and subsequent embrace of restorative justice as an alternative to incarceration. 435 more words

Criminal Law

The Future of Shaming (and Restorative Justice), Part 7 of 7

(Dan Markel) See here for previous related links to the first through sixth posts in this series. What follows in today’s post is the last excerpt of a forthcoming piece that addresses Dan Kahan’s recent renunciation of shaming punishments and subsequent embrace of restorative justice as an alternative to incarceration. 435 more words

Criminal Law

The Future of Shaming (and Restorative Justice), Part 7 of 7

(Dan Markel) See here for previous related links to the first through sixth posts in this series. What follows in today’s post is the last excerpt of a forthcoming piece that addresses Dan Kahan’s recent renunciation of shaming punishments and subsequent embrace of restorative justice as an alternative to incarceration. 435 more words

Criminal Law

Justice, Part 1

Conflict Within the System

I’m taking a criminal justice class this semester, and because I’m busy enough for the time that reading outside what I’m studying isn’t really happening (like the industry reading I usually do to find blog topics) you all get to follow along with what I’m learning for school. 739 more words

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