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.
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Women’s drug court potential organizations
Montgomery County Common Pleas Court’s Jim Dare said several agencies will be approached about becoming part of the new gender-specific women’s court docket. Among them:
YWCA Battered Women’s Shelter
Montgomery County Job Center
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office
Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office
Montgomery County Public Defender’s Office