KeywordAlaska Court System
Alaska Criminal Justice Working Group (CJWG)
alcohol & alcohol abuse
driving under the influence (DUI)
justice system employment
justice system expenditures
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AbstractThe Spring 2009 issue of the Alaska Justice Forum presents articles on Anchorage Wellness Court and other therapeutic jurisprudence and problem-solving courts, justice system operating expenditures, and an update on the work of the Criminal Justice Working Group.
Table of Contents"Anchorage Wellness Court: Challenges" by Ronald S. Everett / "Sanctions for DUIs under Alaska Statutes and Anchorage Municipal Code / "Justice System Operating Expenditures" / "Criminal Justice Working Group Update" by Teresa White Carns / "Justice Center Appointments" / "Dr. Trostle Retires" / "Community Indicators Atlas" / "2007 Sourcebook" / "Therapeutic Jurisprudence"
SourceAlaska Justice Forum
PublisherJustice Center, University of Alaska Anchorage
CitationAlaska Justice Forum 26(1), Spring 2009
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