Specialized dockets are defined by the Supreme Court of Ohio as:
“a particular session of court that offers a therapeutically oriented judicial approach to providing court supervision and appropriate treatment to individuals.”
Sometimes referred to as Drug Courts or problem-solving courts, they are specialized court-based programs designed to work with non-violent offenders who are experiencing alcohol and/or drug addiction and dependency problems.
Participants in the Logan County Treatment Courts are:
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- Provided with intensive treatment and other services they require to get and stay clean and sober.
- Held accountable by the Treatment Court Judge for meeting their obligations to the court, society, themselves, and their families and children.
- Regularly and randomly tested for drug use.
- Required to appear in court frequently so that the judge may review their progress.
- Rewarded for doing well or sanctioned when they do not live up to their obligations.