Could restorative justice be the key to eradicating parental incarceration? Ethan Scrivner, Assistant City Attorney for the City of Duluth, joins our podcast this week to answer that question. He and Michael discuss the important role of the prosecutor in sentencing hearings and best practices for raising the collateral consequences of parental incarceration with a prosecutor before sentencing. They also examine the use of community-based alternatives to prison or jail.
Special thanks to our producer, David Smith, and our graphic designers and artists, Bran Laudenbach and Thomas Kane.
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