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Drew HumphriesAs the first monograph on drug courts in America, Reinventing Justice establishes a benchmark for work that will inevitably follow. A drug court "offers mostly drug offenders the choice of participating in an intensive court-monitored treatment program as an alternative to the normal adjudication process" (p. 5). Nolan stresses the cultural affinities between therapeutic culture and drug courts, arguing that drug courts have redefined justice in a way that undermines due process rights protecting defendants.
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