Drug courts: equivocal evidence on a popular intervention, Joanne Csete, Denise Tomasini-Joshi (2015)

This publication, produced by the Open Society Foundations in 2015, explains the procedures of drug courts and analyses the problems and limitations regarding the protection of the human rights of individuals under their jurisdiction. Additionally, the document questions the efficacy of such courts in addressing drug use, presenting other, less intrusive and more effective, alternative methods.

Citation: Joanne Csete, Denise Tomasini-Joshi, 'Drug courts: equivocal evidence on a popular intervention' ,Open Society Foundations (2015)

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