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Another class of graduates has completed the South Georgia Judicial Circuit Accountability Felony Drug Court program and the new graduates’ achievements were celebrated during a ceremony held Thursday, May 30, at the Grady County Courthouse with a reception following at the Grady County Agri-Center.
Members of the third graduating class include Karen L. Moye and Corzaylan K. Donaldson, who were honored for completing the 18-24 month intensive program designed to help addicts kick the habit and stay out of jail.
Previous graduates include Sam Frisbie, Bryant Horton, Chris Maples, Brandon Osborn, Morgan Ulm, Dustin Fain, Robert Kelly and Albert Bufford.
The drug court has been spearheaded by Superior Court Judge J. Kevin Chason and is grant funded. Coordinator Mary Brown manages the day-to-day operations of the court in consultation with Judge Chason.
In order to graduate, the students must participate in the program at least 18 months, pay $30 per month, test negative for any drugs during random testing, meet curfew requirements and attend special training classes.