Driving While Intoxicated: Restorative Justice

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      The restorative justice program that I was offeredbegins with a pretrial period.And the pretrial period is really interestingbecause it is the time that you are let out of jailand it is before you actually go back to courtand are convicted of your case.

    • 00:24

      So there could be one month, or two months,or three months of a pretrial condition periodbefore you're actually sent and begin the ROP program.And this is a really confusing time.And the reason why I say that is because you're let outand you only have very minimal restrictionsand very minimal engagement with the law enforcement.

    • 00:48

      And so you're actually-- it's an elusive of timebecause you're out, and you know that youhave to go back to court and plead guilty,and actually say yes, this is a crime I plead guilty to.And that's when they begin the ROP program.

Driving While Intoxicated: Restorative Justice

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Chris Farias discusses the restorative justice program he was offered after being arrested for driving while intoxicated.

Driving While Intoxicated: Restorative Justice

Chris Farias discusses the restorative justice program he was offered after being arrested for driving while intoxicated.

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