Restorative justice and criminal proceedings in Italy

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Abstract

In regards to restorative justice, Italian judicial system is one-step behind in respect to other systems. Conflict is traditionally based on an authoritative model, which is slowly and gradually opening up to a conciliationkind model. Our system also, which is still strongly based on penal action compulsoriness principle, is starting to be acquainted with these different models. At a legislative level, restorative justice is still not fully recognized. But by considering restorative justice as a tool including any conciliation or reparation formality, there are other institutions, foreseen and disciplined by Italian code of criminal procedure, that lead back to it.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEurope in Crisis: Crime, Criminal Justice, and the Way Forward. Essays in Honour of Nestor Courakis
Pages1841-1855
Number of pages15
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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