Restorative Justice Urged As Alternative To Police Trials In Baltimore

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Baltimore prosecutor Marilyn Mosby is poised to continue cases against the three remaining charged officers in the Freddie Gray case despite two acquittals and a hung jury, says The Atlantic. The magazine suggestions that the prospect of using "restorative justice" may provide a "sorely-needed alternative" in the city. Restorative justice allows for direct mediation between victims of violence and police perpetrators. It allows direct dialogue between families, communities, and police departments. It relies on a much less staggering burden . . .

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