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Event Name: Family Recovery & Juvenile Drug Courts Annual Fundraiser
Date Scheduled:Thursday, August 14, 2014
Time Scheduled: 12:00 p.m.
Address of Event:      
Regency Furniture/Blue Crabs Stadium
11765 St. Linus Drive
Waldorf, MD.  20602
Brief Description: Donation Includes - Lunch, Inspirational Music, Guest Speakers & Silent Auction
Contact Person and Information: Pastor John Lewis, Member of the Charles County Drug Courts Steering Committee   301-542-9709
Links: msa.maryland.gov/msa/mdmanual/36loc/ch/html/chj.html
or www.pointofchangeministry.com/

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Run for Recovery flyer image

Name of Court Program: Frederick County Drug Treatment Court Program
Name of Event: Frederick County's 1st Annual Run For Recovery
Date(s): Saturday, August 16, 2014
Time: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm (PDT)
Address of Event:
Monocacy Village Park
Frederick, MD 21701
Brief Description: Frederick County’s First Annual Run for Recovery, for which we are seeking your support. The purpose of this event is to promote health & wellness as well as healthy lifestyle alternatives. All proceeds and donations from this event will go to the Frederick County Drug Court Program.
Contact Person and Contact Information: Korey Shorb through email on korey1977@yahoo.com or Paul Lively at 240-357-2556
Links: Sponsership letter for run - Race Shirt (png)

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  • Robert Calvin Brown, III v. State of Maryland Oral Arguments Webcast on April 2, 2009

    No. 118 Robert Calvin Brown, III v. State of Maryland

    ISSUES - CRIMINAL LAW - (1) Do Maryland’s problem-solving courts, including the Baltimore City Adult Felony Drug Treatment Court, lack fundamental jurisdiction? (2) Does imposition of a 35 day jail sentence for violating a drug court rule followed by the same act after the sanction of 35 days has been served, violate double jeopardy rules against multiple punishment for the same offense?

    Webcast Oral Argument

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