Drug Court Finds Those Lost to Meth

The Davidson County Drug Court program serves some 200 current and recovering drug addicts, one in 10 of whom are there because of methamphetamine. Led by Criminal Court Judge Seth Norman, the program is widely hailed, boasting a success rate of more than 60 percent, the Tennessean reports. While alcohol, marijuana, cocaine and even heroin users typically take a little more than a year to complete the program, meth addicts take about 24 months, Norman tells the newspaper.