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Montgomery County starting women’s drug court docket

By Mark Gokavi - Staff Writer



In the past eight years, Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge Gregory Singer has presided over hundreds of cases involving women who were victims of domestic violence and human and sex trafficking. Often times, many of those victims, who also abused drugs, return to his court as defendants, he said.

“Prostitutes, or as I call them, prostituted women, are more victims than perpetrators inasmuch as they are in sex trafficking, they are the product, a human product,” Singer said. “Women in our criminal justice system are pretty well under served.”

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