Judicial Rehabilitation and the ‘Clean Bill of Health’ in Criminal Justice.

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Judicial Rehabilitation and the ‘Clean Bill of Health’ in Criminal Justice.

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  • Drawing On An Important Survey Of European And Australian Policies Toward ‘Judicial Rehabilitation
  • ’ This Article Makes The Following Arguments
  • The Rehabilitation Movement Should Return To The Origins Of The Word ‘Rehabilitation’ And Focus At L
  • There Will Be No ‘Rehabilitation Revolution’ Without This
  • These Efforts Should Involve Active
  • Not Passive Redemption
  • Rehabilitation Processes That Require Almost A Decade Or More Of ‘Crime-Free’ Behaviour Before Forgi
  • But They Miss The Point Of Rehabilitation
  • Policies Should Encourage
  • Support And Facilitate Good Behaviour And Not Just Reward It In Retrospect
  • Rehabilitation Should Not Just Be Done
  • But Be ‘Seen To Be Done
  • ’ Ideally In A Ritualised Format
  • This Sends An Important Message To The Individual And Wider Society
  • I Argue That It May Be Better To Forgive Than Forget Past Crimes
  • Rather Than Burying Past Crimes As If They Never Happened
  • States Should Instead Acknowledge And Formally Recognise That People Can Change
  • That Good People Can Do Bad Things
  • And That All Individuals Should Be Able To Move On From Past Convictions


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