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Drug Courts by Mind Map: Drug Courts

1. Negative Ideas for Drug Courts

1.1. Wolfe, E. L., Guydish, J., Woods, W., & Tajima, B. (2004). Perspectives on the drug court model across systems: A process evaluation[dagger]. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 36(3), 379-386.

1.2. Davis, W. N. (2003). Special problems for specialty courts. ABA Journal, 89, 32-38.

2. Positive of Drug Courts

2.1. Carey, S. M., Finigan, M., Crumpton, D., & Waller, M. (2006). California drug courts: Outcomes, costs and promising practices: An overview of phase II in a statewide study[dagger]. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, , 345-356.

2.2. Wolfe, E. L., Guydish, J., Woods, W., & Tajima, B. (2004). Perspectives on the drug court model across systems: A process evaluation[dagger]. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 36(3), 379-386.

2.3. Banks, D., & Gottfredson, D. C. (2004). Participation in drug treatment court and time to rearrest. Justice Quarterly,21(3), 637-658.

2.4. Goldkamp, J. S. (2003). The impact of drug courts. Criminology & Public Policy, 2(2), 197-205.

2.5. Richert, D. (2008). Drug court expansion could save billions. Judicature, 92(2), 91.

3. Conclusions

3.1. Here I will state my own personal opinion and recommendation for the use of Drug courts going forward.

4. History of Drug Courts

4.1. Wolfe, E. L., Guydish, J., Woods, W., & Tajima, B. (2004). Perspectives on the drug court model across systems: A process evaluation[dagger]. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 36(3), 379-386.