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Restorative Justice (2022 Criminal Law Symposium Session) - Capital Cases

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With the advent of over policing, disproportionate arrest, convictions and sentencing in communities of color in this country society has been struggling with how to deal with these issues. More and more communities have attempted to develop Restorative Justice initiatives in an effort to create a more just and equal playing field. Restorative Justice programs attempt to heal communities by resolving legal issues before they end up in the claws of the criminal justice system. This Restorative Justice initiative also assists communities in becoming empowered by allowing them to resolve and settle disputes pre-trial amongst themselves and oftentimes without court intervention. This program will discuss the history of alternative and non criminal resolutions in this country and how certain cities are implementing restorative justice models to deal with community based crime issues largely without formal court or police intervention.

The credits offered by this course count toward the CLE requirement of Criminal Procedure Rule 801, for appointment as defense counsel in a capital case.

Recorded at Day 2 of the Criminal Law Symposium in June 2022.

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Jody Dodd Philadelphia District Attorney's Office
Kavita Goyal Philadelphia Defenders Association
Rev. Donna Jones
Ms. Katherine M. Parker Esq. Office of the Public Defender
Troy H. Wilson Esq. Wilson Law Office
Faculty may vary by location.
PBI reserves the right to substitute speakers at all programs.
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