In 1989, Miami-Dade County realized that judges were seeing far too many familiar faces in their chambers, especially offenders with substance use disorders. Thus, drug courts were born. Drug courts place eligible defendants in a treatment program, monitor their progress, and decide whether they have recovered sufficiently to have their cases dismissed. Read More
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