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Life as a Murder Victim

Media interviews can be interesting. Sometimes the questions are repetitive. Sometimes insightful. Occasionally, just stupid and not thought out. And every so …

Tony Martin: Crime and controversy

Farmer Tony Martin became a focus of huge national debate after shooting dead a teenager who was burgling his home. The incident …

Innocence Commission: Justice Worth Price

A commission that was set up to propose ways for Florida to avoid convicting innocent people has finished its work. It came …

The Ugly Feather: The Story of a Circle Process at Work

Excerpted from Peacemaking Circles: From Crime to Community by Kay Pranis, Barry Stuart, and Mark Wedge (Living Justice Press, 2003) Available through Living Justice …

Who’s the Executive in Charge of Criminal Justice Reform?

Governor Nathan Deal signed criminal justice reform legislation Wednesday, triggering the most aggressive rebranding of the state’s approach to criminal perpetrators in …

Team effort needed in helping victims of crime

My personal journey through the criminal justice system began with an early morning phone call 16 years ago. My dad was on …