This essay focuses on Judge Decision. You are a drug court judge and a drug user is appearing before you for the fourth time. This offender has more potential than you have seen in a long time.
You are a drug court judge and a drug user is appearing before you for the fourth time.
This offender has more potential than you have seen in a long time.
She has finish three years of college, earning high grades, but simply does not seem to successfully complete drug rehabilitative programs.
What will be your approach with this offender?
What sanction will you give her?
In law, a judgment, also spelled judgement, is a decision of a court regarding the rights and liabilities of parties in a legal action or proceeding.
 Judgments also generally provide the court’s explanation of why it has chosen to make a particular court order.
The phrase “reasons for judgment” is often use interchangeably with “judgment,”
although the former refers to the court’s justification of its judgment while the latter refers to the final court order regarding the rights and liabilities of the parties.
 As the main legal systems of the world recognize either a common law, statutory, or constitutional duty to provide reasons for a judgment, drawing a distinction between “judgment” and “reasons for judgment” may be unnecessary in most circumstances.