Judge Peggy Hora (Ret.) speaking at the first Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Courts (AODTCs) Conference in New Zealand.
Judge Peggy Fulton Hora (Ret.) has been instrumental in building the problem-solving courts movement. Her work in this area has contributed to a new genre of justice—Therapeutic Jurisprudence—using the law as a healing instrument.
A selection of Judge Hora's work on therapeutic jurisprudence:
Generally, see: http://therapeuticjurisprudence.org
Law as Therapy: What Impact Do Drug Courts Have on Judges? Interview of Judge Peggy Fulton Hora, By Robert Wolf. Journal of Court Innovation. Vol. 1, No. 1. Winter, 2008
Behavior Modification and Seriously Mentally Ill or Functionally Impaired: Special Issues to Consider, PowerPoint by Judge Hora (Ret.) and Judge Christine Carpenter
General discussion of co-occurring with a variety of links: