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Philadelphia D.A. Begins Restorative Justice Program That May Keep People Arrested During 2020 Uprisings Out Of Jail

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More than 900 local businesses were burglarized or damaged in May and June.

By Jeffrey Cawood

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that restorative justice education sessions for some people arrested during episodes of civil unrest last year begins this weekend, describing the alternative approach to criminal justice as the city’s “first attempt at a restorative model for adult offenders.”

“The plan simply put is to have accountability without the necessity for convictions,” said Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner, who has established the reputation as one of the country’s most progressive prosecutors.

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