Crime and treatment

In her courtroom full of addicts, treatment works better than punishment.



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A Monroe County Drug Court Treatment Program participant fills out a worksheet during a journal session on April 21at the Community Corrections Building. Journaling is a time when participants learn to recognize addictive thinking. This is Monroe County's first group journaling session, taught by Case Manager Brier Frasier. Buy Photos




































































































































































































































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