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The University of Maine, the Penobscot Tribal Court and the Bangor Court system are joining together to offer an alternative to traditional punitive sentences. The Changing Lives Through Literature program will offer aseries of eight weekly meetings at the Honors Center on the UMaine campus. This will be the first time that the two court systems have collaborated.


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