RECOVERY COURT – A Year In The Making

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NAVARRO COUNTY HELD IT’S FIRST RECOVERY COURT ON MONDAY AFTERNOON IN THE NAVARRO COUNTY DISTRICT COURTROOM.
The new program, brought forth to the county by District Attorney Will Thompson, will be presided over by District Judge James Lagomarsino.


Thompson began the research long before he took office last January. Attending other Recovery court proceedings, meeting with the Homeward Bound program directors, Thompson finally presented to Commissioners’ Court last March.


District Attorney Will Thompson stated, “I want to thank Judge Lagomarsino, the North Texas Behavioral Health Authority, and Homeward Bound for making this possible.”

This program will meet in District Court twice a month, according to District Attorney Will Thompson.

Pictured in the above photo Left to Right are: Lindy Ashford – NTBHA (North Texas Behavioral Health Authority), Patricia Sanchez – Navarro County Probation, Sherry Shumer – Assistant District Attorney, Will Thompson – District Attorney, Linda Dabney – Homeward Bound, Jeff Fuller – Homeward Bound, Christi Long – Homeward Bound, James Lagomarsino – District Judge, Chris Aldama – Navarro County Probation , Eddie Moore – Navarro County Commissioner, Precinct 3, and Natalie Dawson – Attorney at Law.

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