Updated: Feb 8, 2018
"As treatment courts have spread across the state to help people with drug and alcohol addictions stay out of jail and put their lives back together, one judge has found success with a fresh approach to accountability court.
Cobb County Superior Court Chief Judge Tain Kell has pioneered a new type of drug court aimed at helping people before they get into enough trouble to qualify for the others. It’s called intermediate court, and it’s open to those with lesser offenses than the other programs." [CLICK HEAD THE ENTIRE ARTICLE]: