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New Mexico DA’s ‘restorative justice’ plan for riot defendants derided as ‘crock of crap’

District Attorney Mary Carmack-Altwies claims the goal is reconciliation between suspects and those affected by alleged crimes

By Dom Calicchio

Fox News

A district attorney in New Mexico is defending her decision to let nearly all defendants in a Santa Fe rioting case avoid jail time, according to a report.

The decision by District Attorney Mary Carmack-Altwies, who serves a three-county region that includes Santa Fe, is part of a concept called “restorative justice,” the Santa Fe New Mexican newspaper reported.

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