Drug Court


The Midland County Drug Court was created to serve the needs of individuals charged with crimes related to substance abuse disorders.  The court is made of three tracks including the Adult Felony Drug Court, DWI Court, and the Transitional Treatment Court. Specialty Courts are a non-adversarial approach to the criminal justice system that brings together a team of professionals including Probation Officers, Counselors, Prosecutors, Defense Attorneys, and Law Enforcement.  Research has proven these types of courts work to return sober, crime free, productive community members all while saving the tax payers money.  Additional information on eligibility criteria and program requirements can be found here.   

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The mission of the Midland County Drug Court is to enhance public safety as well as breaking the cycle of recidivism while reducing costs to the tax payers by providing a judicially supervised regimen of treatment and innovative case management to substance-dependent offenders with the goal of returning sober, productive, law-abiding citizens to society.


The Goals and Objectives of the Midland County Drug Court are established to provide early drug and alcohol treatment and intervention for arrestees and offenders.  The six goals of the program are as follows:

GOAL #1: To provide early screening, assessment, and court intervention
GOAL #2: To provide effective Court supervision 
GOAL #3: To provide an integrated program of drug treatment, substance abuse              education, and rehab services
GOAL #4: To promote public safety by reducing recidivism
GOAL #5: To conserve community resources by reducing overcrowding in jails/prisons
GOAL #6: To develop partnerships with public agencies and community organizations to help educate public on addiction


Much like the disease of addiction, it is the policy of the Midland County Drug Court to provide equal opportunity to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, Midland County Drug Court will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.