To find solutions; it is easy to put people in jail and forget them. When you send someone to jail, you have to let someone else out to make room or you have to build more prisons. That is not necessarily the answer. In the practice of law, in district and superior courts, we have to look for solutions to the problem.
Examples: What will keep that parent from coming back to court for failure to pay child support. What can we do for the juvenile to stop repetitive, destructive, criminal behavior? We look for rehabilitation, incentives to do better and modification of behaviors to promote a positive change for the better.