Secondly, I look at the experiences of victims, offenders and community members within three of the court's restorative programs and interventions. Here, I give consideration as to what these groups and individuals do with restorative justice, as well as to how the standardization of juvenile justice practices in Washington State informs the limits and scope of the type of restorative work that can be done within this framework.When asked about how she could make amends, she noted that she had already started to aquot;write a letter of apologyaquot; to ... member told her she had a week to complete the letter and return it to the court, where it would be given to the victim. The VIP/VOM staff also asked what other consequences had come from her offense, and the offender noted that she had been given some community service hours.
|Title||:||Asking More of Our Institutions: The Promises and Limits of Juvenile Restorative Justice in Clark County, WA.|
|Author||:||William R. Wood|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|