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The movement from the board's and victim's reprobative to reintegrative speech acts depends upon a certain response from the offender, expressed during the board meeting or later through the performance of the agreement.
The court used similar reprobative language to proffer a
Hart's mixed theory, though, simply does not explain the deeply reprobative nature of punishment.