Then-Commissioner Charles Snyder presides over Juvenile Drug Court in 2003. Theraputic courts replace the traditional adversarial court model to address underlying problems, such as mental illness or drug addiction, in a holistic way, with the goal of changing behavior to successfully reintegrate people into the community.
Then-Commissioner Charles Snyder presides over Juvenile Drug Court in 2003. Theraputic courts replace the traditional adversarial court model to address underlying problems, such as mental illness or drug addiction, in a holistic way, with the goal of changing behavior to successfully reintegrate people into the community. STAFF The Bellingham Herald
Then-Commissioner Charles Snyder presides over Juvenile Drug Court in 2003. Theraputic courts replace the traditional adversarial court model to address underlying problems, such as mental illness or drug addiction, in a holistic way, with the goal of changing behavior to successfully reintegrate people into the community. STAFF The Bellingham Herald