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Even more significant is the addition of Macchirole, someone RITI co-founder Gail Leonard describes as having “such humanity and such understanding of what our guests have gone through…And it’s made such a difference already. She has made this program more than it was. She’s made it a home.”
In August, the Sentinel began a comprehensive look at drug abuse and the collateral damage that has destroyed individuals, devastated families, and infected communities.
The world of drug abuse is inhabited by hardened criminals, but in many cases ordinary people as well.
In trial courts across North Carolina, poor criminal defendants are regularly and systematically billed for an array of fines and fees they can’t afford. Fees are imposed at almost every step in the criminal justice process, starting before conviction and extending for months or years after sentencing.