The Power of Restorative Justice After Wrongful Conviction

An investigation into why our criminal justice system needs to yield healing rather than punishment

By Lara Bazelon Read by Rachel Fulginiti Law / Nonfiction / Politics / Social Science English, Unabridged 9h 40m Sell Sheet
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8 Audio CDs October 16, 2018 $34.99 $24.99 9781974928330 Add to Cart
2 MP3 CDs October 16, 2018 $24.99 $19.99 9781974928347 Add to Cart
							Conventional wisdom points to exonerations as happy endings in the cases of people who are accused of crimes they did not commit, but the reality of life after exoneration is much more complicated. In Rectify, former innocence project director and journalist Lara Bazelon uses stories of crime victims, exonorees, and advocates to take stock of the massive damage inflicted by wrongful convictions and shows how the centuries-old practice of restorative justice is emerging as a model for reconciliation, healing, and survival. Poignantly written and deeply researched, Rectify challenges the idea of what it means to be a victim of a crime.