Drug Courts as an Alternative to Prison
West Huddleston talked about drug courts, which are used on the state and local level as a way to keep eligible drug-addicted offenders out of prison. The Courts send individuals to treatment programs for a minimum of one-year while at the same time closely monitor their progress. He also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. close
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West Huddleston Chief Executive Officer National Assn. of Drug Court Profs.
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