Tag Archives: probation

Creating a Re-Entry Court by wagging the probation tail

Guest bloggers Professor David B. Wexler &  Judge Michael D. Jones  (Retired) talk about how to improve people’s chances of successful transition from prison to community through a therapeutic application of existing law… A recent Mainstream TJ blog explored the “exportable elements” of … Continue reading

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Holiday therapeutic jurisprudence reading!

Some wonderful TJ articles in the latest edition of the Queensland University of Technology Law Review from a range of internationally recognised TJ scholars. Read some of the latest TJ perspectives on coronial investigations, criminal justice, coercive interventions, family drug … Continue reading

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HOPE for the criminal justice system

Therapeutic jurisprudence thinking encourages us to consider what behavioural science says about how people change and to apply that in criminal justice settings.  In this guest blog, Judge Steven Alm talks about a probation program that achieves behavioural change through a … Continue reading

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Wine & Bottles: A metaphor & a methodology for mainstreaming TJ, by David Wexler

In this new Blog, we hope to include very short pieces relating to the “mainstreaming” of therapeutic jurisprudence (TJ) — that is, the use of TJ principles, practices, and techniques in the “ordinary” legal system, particularly in the criminal law … Continue reading

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