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Answered 2012-04-03 16:21:29

circle justice is an aboriginal group that heals and doesn't punish the accused. The accused may go to circle justice in order to not go to jail. But first, you have to fill out an application to see if you are approved by The Keeper in Circle Justice.

Circle of Justice is a kind of healing system, instead of going to jail, those who commited a crime and wanted to become better persons, decided to spend a year in a desert island, where they do some rituals, and have enough time to reflect on themselves an the reasons they had to be mean. After a year there, eventually they come out better, with a new philosophy of life.

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Yes, Circle Justice is a real program for criminals who want to heal their soul.


CircleJusticeis a Native American form of justice, originating in Canada that seeks healing in contrast to the regular means of punishment


When Circle justice was born, you were born as well "goes for everyone."


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The purpose of Circle Justice is to heal a person who has done wrong. They do not believe in punishing people for the crimes they committed, instead, they believe in rehabilitation.


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circle justice is when they exclude a person from the world and give them a island all to their selves where they can think and reflect on what has happened to them and how they have harmed the people around them. when the person has realized what they need to change then circle justice helps them stay on the right track.


Circle Justice is based on the belief that crime is harm, and harm can be healed in ways that satisfy the victim and the community. For example, if you killed a cat, you could be expected to work at an animal shelter. Jail is a punishment that is seen to thicken people over time, and is a last resort in circle justice. Jail cost 87,961.35 a year



i think that they use it because maybe a lot of people commit crimes and they want to forgive those people. So that is maybe why they use the Circle Justice system.



The setting is at an island that circle justice has sent cole


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It involves the victim, the accused and family and friends. The circle uses a feather to help communicate and heal all that were hurt;physically and emotionally.


The Tlingit are an Indian tribe that lives at Circle Justice


next to him. His dad on the left and his mom on the right.


Edwin was the Indian who helped people get to the island in charge of circle justice in a way ect.,


I think when cole was struggling to survive or when they had the circle justice meetings.


Circle justice, of Native American origins, requires the offender to accept responsibility for what they've done wrong by pleading guilty to the crime they're accused of and accepting a sentence. Anyone who is willing to help the offender is part of the circle, or community, that decides the sentence and helps them complete it, including the victims, at times. Sentences usually involve some sort of community service and/or counseling or anger management.


The feather is used to be able to talk when you hold it in your hands.


Cole goes through circle justice again and returns to the island.


the propose of the feather is for respect and if you talk without holding the feather then it is disrespectful



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