What is the optimal relationship between restorative justice and criminal justice?

This book defends the view that restorative justice should be an independent extralegal response to crime (‘Parallelism’), rather than a diversionary or legally integrated approach.

The author explores the theoretical foundations of Parallelism, how it might be implemented, its advantages over alternative models, and challenges that might be raised.

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