African Traditional Perspectives On Sentencing, Victim’s Rights And Recidivism
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African Traditional Perspectives On Sentencing, Victim’s Rights And Recidivism
Justice from the traditional African perspectives is restorative, and part of its aims is to find a balance and harmony among humans and the society. This looks attractive because it is the aim of every society to have a harmonious environment. However, this leaves us with the question whether justice is really established because the victim’s rights tends to lack adequate protection in this arrangement and this ends up encouraging recidivism on the part of the offender. Thus, this essay argues that there is the need for proper redefining of African traditional perspectives on sentencing in a way that will integrate retributive justice. This will not only ensure adequate protection of the DownloadViews: 7

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