This webinar was presented by Mike Loeffler, Esq. and Judge Christine Carpenter and covered balancing all prosecutorial roles from planning through implementation of the drug court, developing clear eligibility criteria for participants, the appropriate role of the prosecutor regarding being a progr…
This is the manual for the Lewis County Drug Court program.
This is a process evaluation of the Hamilton County Drug Court program.
Topics: Case Management, Drug Court, Drug Court Program Operations, Drug Testing, Eligibility Criteria, Evaluation, Goals, Hearing, Judge, Orientation, Participants, Phases, Program, Program Descriptions, Program Procedures, Program Requirements, Prosecutor, Research, Sanctions and Incentives, Screening, Team, Training
This document contains an outline for drug court practitioners that can be used to plan their own Adult Drug Court program.
Topics: Adult, Confidentiality, Defense, Employer, Incarceration, Judge, Law Enforcement, Manager, Operations, Participants, Phases, Planning, Planning a Drug Court, Planning a Problem Solving Court, Prosecutor, Provider, Resolution, Roles and Responsibilities, Sanctions and Incentives, Screening and Assessment, Screening and Eligibility, Staffings and Hearings, Standards, Steering Committee, Supervision, Team, Team Roles and Responsibilities, Testing, Treatment, Treatment Plans, Treatment Services, Trial
This serves as the handbook for entering participants of the Kansas City Drug Court program.
This MOU provides the parties involved in the Cumberland County Adult Drug Treatment Court with their roles and responsibilities that must be carried out to ensure the program’s success.
This change in philosophy is sup- ported by the Trial Court Performance Standards published by the U.S. Department of Justice.24 The Standards note that ―[e]ffective trial courts are responsive to emergent public issues such as drug abuse‖ and that ―[a] trial court that moves deliber- ately in respo…
This document outlines the team member roles for the drug court in Greene County, Missouri.