This Essay argues that all actors – prosecutors, judges, and defense counsel – should care about what happens to foreign offenders following a judgment of conviction or entrance of a guilty plea, and that transnational correctional processes should be constructed and used to facilitate restoration of the victim and victimized community, and rehabilitation and reintegration of the offender. This is critical because, as in the domestic context, decisions about where and how foreign offenders are to be punished have much to do with whether justice is achieved for victims, affected communities, and offenders.
Mark Andrew Sherman,
Some Thoughts on Restoration, Reintegration and Justice in the Transnational Context,
23 Fordham Int'l L.J. 1397
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