Instant Justice Offers Alternative Sentencing For Offenders
Thursday, July 4, 2013
Aired 7/4/13 on KPBS Midday Edition.
Terri Winbush, Deputy City Attorney, Neighborhood Prosecution Unit, Office of the SD City Attorney
Aired 7/5/13 on KPBS News.
Open containers, consuming alcohol in public and littering on the beach are offenses that qualify for "Instant Justice," an alternative sentencing for offenders.
The San Diego city attorney's office is once again making a special 4th of July holiday alternative to people who are caught breaking the law with lesser offenses and don't want it on their permanent record. The program is called "Instant Justice: Restoring Our Community by Giving Back."
Open containers, consuming alcohol in public and littering on the beach are offenses that qualify for the alternative sentencing for offenders. The program gives offenders a chance to keep their records clean by helping the community through public service.
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