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MARYLAND ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS: Circuit Court for Somerset County Celebrates First Anniversary Of Adult Recovery Court

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By Press release submission | Jan 21, 2020

Anniversary

Maryland Administrative Office of the Courts issued the following announcement on Jan. 16.

Celebrating its one-year anniversary, the Somerset County Circuit Court Adult Recovery Court will convene its recovery court docket on Thursday, Jan. 16, followed by a ceremony to recognize the many stakeholders and court partners who have supported and shaped the program. These stakeholders include District Court personnel, local law enforcement agencies, health care providers, and government offices.

The adult recovery court has worked with 19 participants since its start in January 2019.

WHO: Somerset Circuit Court Judge Daniel W. Powell, presiding

WHAT: Somerset County Circuit Court Adult Recovery Court one-year anniversary

WHEN: Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020, at 2:30 p.m.

WHERE: Courtroom One, Somerset County Circuit Court, 30512 Prince William St., Princess Anne

NOTE: Please contact the Maryland Judiciary, Government Relations and Public Affairs, by email at communications@mdcourts.gov or 410-260-1488, if you plan to attend or have questions about the event. Cameras will not be allowed in the courtroom during the docket proceedings; however, members of the media may conduct on-camera interviews in the lobby area outside of the courtroom. Judge Powell will be available for interviews immediately after the ceremony. All persons being photographed should be asked for their consent before a picture is taken.

Original source can be found here.

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