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Are Drug Courts Another "Soft-on-Crime " Prevention Program?

Drug Courts across the country rely on sanctions, including terms of incarceration and increased drug testing and supervision, to respond to program failure. They provide comprehensive hands-on supervision and monitoring and require far more contact with the judicial personnel than any other case management approach.

In addition, the programs require participation in drug testing, educational and rehabilitation classes (and often more time in custody) than have ever been required before.

Drug Courts are tougher on offenders; it is hard work getting and staying clean and sober.


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