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Sep 3, 2006
Drug offender center met with skepticism — Albuquerque Journal
Type: Press
Author(s): Jeff Proctor, Scott Sandlin
Source: Albuquerque Journal
New Mexico is about to become the first state to try a new approach in using longterm treatment in a lockup for chronic drug offenders. Officials hope the Second Chance Center, which opens this week in the old West Side jail, is the answer to a broken system that cycles drug offenders through courts and jails. Instead of sentencing nonviolent drug offenders to prison, judges will have the option of sentencing some to Second Chance. Inmates will spend eight hours a ...
Aug 29, 2006
Drug-rehab deal linked to politics, Scientology — KRQE
Type: TV
Author(s): Michael Herzenberg
Source: KRQE
This is KRQE News 13 with Dick Knipfing and Erika Ruiz. DICK KNIPFING: More than half a million dollars in taxpayer money has been allocated for a privately-run drug and alcohol treatment program for offenders. ERIKA RUIZ: But our investigations find the rehab facility is nothing more than a thinly-veiled program based on the teachings of the founder of Scientology. News 13's Michael Hertzenberg is here with the story. MICHAEL HERZENBERG: Erika, when you think of drug and alcohol rehab, you ...
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