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DUI court receives $30,500 grant
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Rockdale County's State Court was recently awarded $30,500 grant from the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety for Rockdale's DUI Court Supervised Treatment program. 

The program, which Rockdale County's State Court Judge Nancy N. Bills directs, targets offenders with multiple convictions for driving under the influence of alcohol. It also aims to reduce DUI recidivism by addressing the root cause of this particular crime in the repeat offender – a substance abuse disorder.

The program uses a multi-agency, collaborative approach to treat, motivate and rehabilitate the participant.

The grant funds will be used for program operations, including supplies and personnel, from October 2012 through September 2013.

For more information about the program, email or call 770-278-7720.