Greg Berman and John Feinblatt’s seminal book about problem-solving justice, Good Courts documents the work of community courts, drug courts, domestic violence courts, and other problem-solving courts. Along the way, Berman and Feinblatt make the case that meaningful alternatives to incarceration can help reduce crime and improve public trust in justice.
Praise for Good Courts:
"Good Courts offers a roadmap of the role that courts can play in improving the safety of victims, the strength of communities, and the well-being of defendants. I hope that the reformers of tomorrow take heed." -- Jonathan Lippman, Former New York State Chief Judge
"Greg Berman and John Feinblatt put forward fundamental reforms to restore accountability and legitimacy to our criminal justice system." -- Mother Jones
"An accessible and provocative call for change." -- Publishers Weekly
"This is a well-informed and well-argued book that should be welcomed as a substantial contribution to scholarship on American courts." -- Criminal Justice Review
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