The Little Book of Restorative Justice (Little Books of Justice & Peacebuilding Series) Good Books (paperback) by Howard Zehr (2002)
Changing Lenses: A New Focus for Crime and Justice, by Howard Zehr, Herald Press (1990, 1995).
Returning to the Teachings: Exploring Aboriginal Justice, by Rupert Ross, Penguin Books (1996) -- The story of how a regular prosecutor was won over to restorative justice; and, how a small, rural, first nation town emerged from generations of abuse, violence and recidivism by switching to restorative practices.
Restorative Justice Resources at Impact Justice: (sujatha baliga is the vice president and director)
Links included in this resource section:
A New York Times article takes a look at how restorative justice can play in homicide cases as a part of the plea negotiation process.
A Today episode discusses how the family in that case chose restorative justice.
On July 28, 2011, sujatha who spoke about how restorative justice was used in this homicide case in a pre-plea context on NPR’s Talk of the Nation; and a retired DA, Robert Johnson from Anoka County, MN were interviewed by Laura Sullivan “Victims Confront Offenders, Face to Face” (audio and text)
Keynote address by Howard Zehr: “The Call of Restorative Justice: Tapping, Focusing, and Sustaining the Moral Energy” (YouTube)