Predicting Criminal Recidivism Following Drug Court: Implications for Drug Court Practice and Policy Advocacy
Journal of Addictions & Offender Counseling
This study evaluated a drug court located in Texas. Participants that had a violation within the first 30 days of drug court, and terminated participants were most likely to recidivate. Implications for drug court practice and policy advocacy are discussed.
Gallagher, John R., "Predicting Criminal Recidivism Following Drug Court: Implications for Drug Court Practice and Policy Advocacy" (2014). School of Social Work. 40.