Judge addresses state's attorney's drug court concerns
SYCAMORE — Presiding Judge Robbin Stuckert shared her response to the state's attorney's evaluation of the drug court program Monday at a DeKalb County Board committee meeting.
At the County Board's law and justice committee meeting in August, State's Attorney Clay Campbell discussed his evaluation and told members he and his staff tried to point out problems they saw in the program and suggest future improvements.
Campbell decided to investigate the DeKalb County Drug Court: Choosing Life and Ending Abuse Now program in April after receiving information that a drug court staff member had an inappropriate relationship with a drug court participant. That staff member resigned in June 2011.
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