Judge Peggy Fulton Hora (Ret.)
Superior Court, State of California

  

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Hora, Peggy. "Tough on Crime is not Smart on Crime." Insight 8 (2013): 18-21. Print.
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Co-Author with Brian Chodrow, “DUI/DWI Treatment” chapter in "Handbook of Evidence-Based Substance Abuse Treatment in Criminal Justice Settings", Leukefeld, Carl, et al., Eds., Springer Publications (2011)  
Hora, Peggy Fulton, "Courting New Solutions Using Problem-Solving Justice: Key Components, Guiding Principles, Strategies, Responses, Models, Approaches, Blueprints and Tool Kits", Chapman Journal of Criminal Justice 2:1 (Spring 2011)  Abstract
Through a Glass Gavel: Predicting the Future of Drug Treatment Courts,” September, 2009. "Future Trends in State Courts." National Center for State Courts. 

Hora, P. and Schma, W. (2009) Principles of Addiction Medicine, Fourth Edition. Ries, R., et al. (Eds.) Chapter: "Drug Courts and the Treatment of Incarcerated Populations."

Co-author with Deborah Chase, “The Best Seat in the House: The Court Assignment and Judicial Satisfaction,” 47:2 Family Court Review 209-238 March, 2009.
Vol. 42, No. 3. Spring, 2008: Drug Treatment Courts in the Twenty-first Century: The Evolution of the Revolution in Problem-solving Courts. Georgia Law Review.

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Vol. 1, No. 1. Winter, 2008; Law as Therapy: What Impact Do Drug Courts Have on Judges? An Interview with Judge Peggy Fulton Hora, By Robert V. Wolf.Journal of Court Innovation.
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Transforming Legal Processes in Court and Beyond: “The Synergy Between Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Drug Treatment Courts,” Greg Reinhardt & Dr. Andrew Cannon, Eds., The Australasian Institute of Judicial Administration Incorporated (2007).
Substance Use and Misuse: “The Female Drug User: Risk Factors and Prejudices,” Informa Healthcare; 42:2-3 (2007).
Journal of Maintenance in the Addictions Trading One Drug for Another? Volume 2, Issue 4 October 2005 , pages 71 - 76

Journal ofMaintenance in the Addictions: "Trading One Drug for Another? What DrugTreatment Court Professionals Need to Learn About Opioid ReplacementTherapy." Hon. Peggy Fulton Hora. Volume 2, Number 4 (2004).
                                                                                                                                                          
Contemporary Issues in Law:"Judicial Satisfaction When Judging in a Therapeutic Key." Hon. PeggyFulton Hora. and Deborah J. Chase, J.D., Ph.D, Volume 7, Issue I (2003/2004).
Principles of Addiction Medicine,Third Edition.    Chapter 11, "Special Issues in Treatment:Drug Courts." H. Blair Carlson, M.D., FACP, FASAM;  Hon. Peggy FultonHora; and Hon. William G. Schma. Edited by Graham, Schultz, Mayo-Smith, Ries,and Wilford. American Society of Addiction Medicine. (2003)

Substance Use & Misuse. "A Dozen Years of Drug Treatment Courts: Uncovering Our Theoretical Foundation and the Construction of a Mainstream Paradigm." Hon. Peggy Fulton Hora. 37, N(12 & 13) 1469–1488, 2002. PDF

Drug Courts: Current Issues &Future Perspectives. "A Dozen Years of Drug Treatment Courts:Uncovering our Theoretical Foundation and the Construction of a MainstreamParadigm." Hon. Peggy Fulton Hora. (2002)  

Court Review:"TheImplications of Therapeutic Jurisprudence for Judicial Satisfaction." Hon.Peggy Fulton Hora. and Deborah J. Chase. Volume 37, Issue 1. (Spring,2000)   


Notre Dame Law Review: "Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the DrugTreatment Court Movement: Revolutionizing the Criminal Justice System's Responseto Drug Abuse and Crime in America." Hon. Peggy Fulton Hora., Hon.William G. Schma, John T.A. Rosenthal. Rosenthal.  Volume 74, Number 2. (Copyright 1999; Notre Dame Law Review.)

Judicature:"Therapeutic Jurisprudence."  Hon. Peggy Fulton Hora. andWilliam G. Schma.  Volume 82, Number 1. (July/August 1998)

 

Addiction Intervention:"Strategies to Motivate Treatment Seeking Behavior; Legal Strategy." Edited by Robert K. White, MA, CEAP, Deborah George Write, MA. Chapter 8. Hon. Peggy Fulton Hora and William G. Schma. The Hawthorne Press, Inc. (Copyright 1998) 

The Judges' Journal: "JudicialConsiderations in Sentencing Pregnant Substance Users." Hon. PeggyFulton Hora and Barrie Becker. Volume 35, Number 2. (Spring, 1996) 
Judicial Considerations WhenSentencing Pregnant Substance Users: The National Association of WomenJudges. Barrie Becker, J.D. Hon. Peggy Fulton Hora, Project Chair and Editor. (1996)

Southern California Review of Lawand Women's Studies: "The Legal Community's Response to Drug UseDuring Pregnancy in the Criminal Sentencing and Dependency Contexts:  ASurvey of Judges, Prosecuting Attorneys in Ten California Counties."Hon. Peggy Fulton Hora and Barrie Becker.  Volume 2, Number 2. (Spring, 1993)

Santa Clara LawReview: Book Review--"Judging Judges."Hon. Peggy Fulton Hora. Volume 22, Number 2. (Spring, 1982)

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