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Three examples of problem-solving courts

Problem-solving courts The Justice Secretary before last, Michael Gove, was very keen on problem-solving courts; the last post-holder, Liz Truss, much less so and we

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Planning for problem-solving courts

Centre for Justice Innovation publishes an extremely helpful delivery plan for trialing problem-solving courts in England & Wales. Will the MoJ follow through?

Criminal Justice

The evidence on problem-solving courts

New review from the Centre for Justice Innovation finds that many (but not all) models of problem-solving courts are effective. But what will Liz Truss do?

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