Georgia Justice Project has a unique approach to criminal defense and rehabilitation which is based on a relationship and community-oriented ethic. Focused on only accepting clients who are willing to make a serious commitment to changing their lives, the GJP ensures that the client moves beyond social, emotional and personal challenges that contributed to their legal problems. This article describes the unique factors of the GJP that have contributed to its continued success.
Douglas Ammar and Tosha Downey,
Transformative Criminal Defense Practice: Truth, Love, and Individual Rights- The Innovative Approach of the Georgia Justice Project,
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