Island County now operates both adult and juvenile drug courts in the Superior Court. Drug Courts are alternatives to traditional prosecution for non-violent drug-addicted offenders. Participating in Adult Drug Court requires a minimum two-year commitment of intensive treatment and supervision, as well as compliance with rigorous conditions. Failure to comply with conditions will result in sanctions, and, ultimately, conviction and sentencing on the original crimes. Successful graduation will result in dismissal or reduction of the original charges, and a strong start toward sustained sobriety, productivity, and social integration.
For more information about Juvenile Drug Court, go to the Island County Juvenile Court Services web page by clicking here.
For answers to Frequently Asked Questions, click here.
For more information on Drug Courts in Washington State, see:
Island County Drug Court Manual and Forms
By clicking on the links below, you may view the Island County Adult Drug Court Policy and Procedures Manual, and forms that participants will need to review and submit in order to qualify for this program. You will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader to view these documents.
|Adult Drug Court Policy and Procedures Manual||February 27, 2006|
|January 30, 2006|
|Drug Court Order of Terms and Conditions||March 6, 2006|
|Drug Court Stipulation To Bench Trial On Agreed Facts||March 6, 2006|