52 Ct. Rev. 1 (2016)

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Court


                                 SVolume 52,  Issue  1





Review


iIS E J R  O  THE A  I   S CIAT O


TABLE


Judge Steve Leben
Kansas Court of Appeals

Professor Eve Brank
I Jniverqitv of Nebraska


Charles E Campbell
National Center for State Courts


Justine Greve
Kansas Court of Appeals


Kelly Lynn Anders
Kansas City, Missouri

Judge Karen Arnold-Burger
Kansas Court of Appeals

Pamela Casey, Ph.D.
National Center for State Courts

Judge B. Michael Dann
National Institute of Justice


OF  CONTENTS


8   The Judge Is the Key Component: The Importance of Procedural
    Fairness in Drug-Treatment Courts
                                                 Brian MacKenzie


36   Giving Parents a Voice: A Case Study of a Family Treatment Drug
     Court Track in Lancaster County, Nebraska
           RogerJ. Heideman, Jennie Cole-Mossman, Lori Hoetger & Katherine Hazen



44   Exporting Drug-Court Concepts to Traditional Courts:
     A Roadmap to an Effective Therapeutic Court

                                         Jamey Hueston & Kevin Burke


Judge Julie Kunce Field
Fort Collins, Colorado


Judge John Irwin
Nebraska Court of Appeals

Judge Leslie G. Johnson
American Institute for Justice

Steven Lubet
Northwestern University

Judge Gregory E. Mize
Washington, D.C.

Elizabeth Neeley, Ph.D.
University of Nebraska

David Rottman, Ph.D.
National Center for State Courts


2    Editor's Note


3    President's Column


4    Thoughts from Canada


51   Crossword


52   The Resource Page


Professor Alan Tomkins
University of Nebraska

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