Alternatives to criminal courts: the potential for non-judicial dispute settlement
This text surveys the possibility of limiting the business of the criminal courts to only that which is essential for order & justice. Topics include the functions of the criminal justice system, forms of non judicial settlement including private sanctions, community processes, public agencies, diversion form formal justice, & a systematic approach.
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THE FUNCTIONS OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
FORMS OF NONJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT PRIVATE SANCTIONS
FORMS OF NONJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT COMMUNITY PROCESSES
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