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Default Ex-offenders and remorse

Good afternoon,

I’m a producer for SBS TV’s discussion program, Insight.

Every week on Insight, we invite people to become part of our studio audience to discuss an important issue.

The show we’re currently producing focuses on the issue of “remorse” – looking at what is remorse, how important is remorse in the criminal justice system, how is remorse measured, how can you tell if someone is genuinely remorseful, and what role it plays in sentencing and parole.

We are inviting former offenders who are/are not remorseful for their actions to come on the show, alongside victims of crime, legal experts and psychologists to discuss this topic.

Please let me know if you're interested in a confidential phone chat.

I can be contacted on (Removed per PTO Policy; Members will contact you via private message system if interested.)
Thanks, and look forward to your feedback.

Kind regards,
SBS Insight

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