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The Courts By Todd Bailey
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When senior Brad McKenzie graduates from a suburban Philadelphia high school he spends one last road trip at his brothers college with his best friend Tim Pfifer. Secrets the two have been... More > concealing from everyone for the past six months come to life when Brad tells his story of how an attacker who raped fellow classmate Kelly Sanchez at The Courts, a run down basketball court under the turnpike bridge where all night parties take place, wound up dead. A coming of age piece which guides us through parallel stories of the McKenzie Brothers and spans over two years of struggle and eventual failure. We cross the mainland United States with Brad leaving everything behind to make it in Hollywood, California as an actor or musician. He is left with nothing except the love of his family and the harshest of realities. For full synopsis go to: www.TheCourtsBook.com< Less
The Courts By Todd Bailey
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When senior Brad McKenzie graduates from a suburban Philadelphia high school he spends one last road trip at his brothers college with his best friend Tim Pfifer. Secrets the two have been... More > concealing from everyone for the past six months come to life when Brad tells his story of how an attacker who raped fellow classmate Kelly Sanchez at The Courts, a run down basketball court under the turnpike bridge where all night parties take place, wound up dead. A coming of age piece which guides us through parallel stories of the McKenzie Brothers and spans over two years of struggle and eventual failure. We cross the mainland United States with Brad leaving everything behind to make it in Hollywood, California as an actor or musician. He is left with nothing except the love of his family and the harshest of realities. For full synopsis go to: www.TheCourtsBook.com< Less
Guideline for Drug Courts on Screening and Assessment By U.S. Department of Justice
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Screening and assessment are often described as discrete events completed by using specific instruments. In fact, screening and assessment are part of an ongoing decision-making process that examines... More > information on substance abuse and criminal history, motivation for treatment, educational and employment factors, and other problem areas. Information gathered during screening and assessment is used to develop a treatment plan that will be updated over time to reflect participant progress, significant life events (e.g., relapse, changes in living arrangements), and changing service needs. While use of structured instruments is a core element of screening and assessment, this activity must be supplemented by an individual interview, review of archival materials (e.g., criminal justice records, treatment records, drug test results, employment records), clinical observation, and discussions with probation officers, family members, or significant others.< Less
Defining Drug Courts: The Key Components By U.S. Department of Justice
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The mission of drug courts is to stop the abuse of alcohol and other drugs and related criminal activity. Drug courts promote recovery through a coordinated response to offenders dependent on alcohol... More > and other drugs. Realization of these goals requires a team approach, including cooperation and collaboration of the judges, prosecutors, defense counsel, probation authorities, other corrections personnel, law enforcement, pretrial services agencies, TASC programs, evaluators, an array of local service providers, and the greater community. State-level organizations representing AOD issues, law enforcement and criminal justice, vocational rehabilitation, education, and housing also have important roles to play. The combined energies of these individuals and organizations can assist and encourage defendants to accept help that could change their lives.< Less
Court Of No Appeal By Johnn Schroeder
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When you push a man far enough he pushes back. when a drug lord kills the family of a ex-soldier turned cop, you can expect there to be a reaction to the pain. when nothing is done about it and the... More > law is ineffective, he becomes angry enough to be come Judge, Jury, and Executioner. The criminals have just set into motion a judgement all the bought politicians and lawyers in the world can't stop. Now its their turn to learn that fear can be a two way street.< Less
Court Of No Appeal By Johnn Schroeder
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When you push a man far enough he pushes back. when a drug lord kills the family of a ex-soldier turned cop, you can expect there to be a reaction to the pain. when nothing is done about it and the... More > law is ineffective, he becomes angry enough to be come Judge, Jury, and Executioner. The criminals have just set into motion a judgement all the bought politicians and lawyers in the world can't stop. Now its their turn to learn that fear can be a two way street.< Less
COURTING THE ABYSS By George Rostov
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"...I'm laughing at my own destruction." These are the blogs of popular diarist George Rostov, the leading faggoty fop of London's literary scene. Collected for the first time in one... More > volume after discovering that he could publish them and make a mint, these journals attracted a sizeable online following, and could be found splattered all over the web, invariably nestling between John Prescott fan-sites and rather naughty pixellated pictures of someone's breasts. Composed during a five year period, this book chronicles Rostov's vulagr life, whilst busy being a)a rentboy suffering from a dose of VD; b) a schizophrenic dribbling in some doctor's surgery and frightening the receptionist or c) trying desperatly to get off the drugs and finally find a man who wasn't some married, panty-wearing bisexual nutter. It's debauched, disgusting, decadent. It's harrowing, horrific, hateful. It's rather alliterative, and it's George Rostov's fleeting life, preserved in prose.< Less
COURTING THE ABYSS By George Rostov
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"...I'm laughing at my own destruction." These are the blogs of popular diarist George Rostov, the leading faggoty fop of London's literary scene. Collected for the first time in one... More > volume after discovering that he could publish them and make a mint, these journals attracted a sizeable online following, and could be found splattered all over the web, invariably nestling between John Prescott fan-sites and rather naughty pixellated pictures of someone's breasts. Composed during a five year period, this book chronicles Rostov's vulagr life, whilst busy being a)a rentboy suffering from a dose of VD; b) a schizophrenic dribbling in some doctor's surgery and frightening the receptionist or c) trying desperatly to get off the drugs and finally find a man who wasn't some married, panty-wearing bisexual nutter. It's debauched, disgusting, decadent. It's harrowing, horrific, hateful. It's rather alliterative, and it's George Rostov's fleeting life, preserved in prose.< Less
Adult Drug Court Services, Coordination, and Treatment: FY 2013 Competitive Grant Announcement (Requirements Resource Guide) By U.S. Department of Justice
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For drug courts to be most effective, judges, court personnel, treatment providers, and treatment coordinators partner together to assist in the development of treatment, rehabilitation, and... More > supervision plans for each defendant based on a clinical assessment or diagnostic process. Lengths of stay in treatment and in aftercare are factors associated with positive outcomes and, in particular, with the cessation of drug use, reduction in recidivism rates, and improvement in educational and employment status and family relationships. In coordination with the drug court judge and other court personnel, treatment and case management personnel assess clients’ treatment needs, track their progress in treatment programs, and determine appropriate levels of treatment services. Supportive social services provide drug court staff with links to employment, educational/vocational placement, family counseling, and housing placement assistance for drug court participants.< Less
King Arthur's Court By nathan neuharth
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The classic story of King Arthur set in a 20th Century mobile home park. Follow the story of Arthur as he inherits a white trash legacy and becomes king of the trailer court. The archetypal... More > characters of the Arthurian mythos are all present in this novel including such themes as the incestuous relationship of Tristan and Isolde, the schizophrenic drug dealer Merlin, the lustful betrayal committed by Lanceleot, and much more.< Less