The problem-solving court is an idealistic place, one in which people believe in

The problem-solving court is an idealistic place, one in which people believe in the good of others and work toward recovery from criminal activity. Can such rehabilitation always work, or are there some criminals whom the problem-solving courts will ultimately fail to reach? Consider these topics as you participate in this week’s discussion. Please respond to all of the following prompts in the class discussion section of your online course: Do you think problem-solving courts can rehabilitate criminals effectively? Is that possible? Support and defend your answers.
How can the effectiveness of rehabilitative strategies be measured? What does effectiveness mean in this context?

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