The Role of Defense Counsel in Drug Courts Part 1: The Urgency to Address Trauma in our Treatment Courts: What It Means to be Trauma-Informed
This session will focus on challenges defense counsel may encounter in representing defendants with mental and cognitive impairments associated with their drug use.
This document serves as a request within the DUI Compliance Court program to vacate the defendant’s future DUI Compliance Court date set by the previous court orders.
This consent form delineates the conditions and scope of releasing confidential information of the participant to the treatment parties involved in his/her recovery.
This manual is intended to answer participant inquiries, as well as provide critical information about components of the Family Drug Treatment Court program.
Topics: Agreement, Alternative, Assessment, Attendance, Circuit, Clients, Confidentiality, Consent, Contract, Defendant, Eligibility, Eligibility Criteria, Employment, Expectation, Family, Family Involvement and Assessment, Goals and Objectives, Graduation, Incentives, Objectives, Phases, Phases and Court Requirements, Recovery, Treatment
This document provides a flow chart depicting the co-occurring track and the stages an individual’s case will go through.
This agreement is meant to be signed by individuals entering the North Carolina Drug Treatment Court program.