LA District Attorney’s office announces ‘restorative justice’ pathway for youth charged with felonies

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On Thursday, the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office stated that it would be rolling out a “restorative justice” pathway for youths charged with felonies, titled the Restorative Enhanced Diversion for Youth (REDY), which placed these youths in programs to enable rehabilitation while avoiding charges.

In a letter obtained by Fox News’ Bill Melugin, the District Attorney’s office announced that REDY would “expand the types of cases eligible for diversion and reduce the number of filed petitions.”

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