(730 ILCS 166/10)
As used in this Act:
"Drug court", "drug court program", or "program" means an immediate and
structured judicial intervention process for substance abuse treatment of
eligible defendants that brings together substance abuse professionals, local
social programs, and intensive judicial monitoring in accordance with the
nationally recommended 10 key components of drug courts.
"Drug court professional" means a member of the drug court team, including but not limited to
a judge, prosecutor, defense attorney,
probation officer, coordinator, treatment provider, or peer recovery coach.
"Pre-adjudicatory drug court program" means a program that allows
with the consent of the prosecution, to expedite the defendant's criminal case
before conviction or before filing of a criminal case and requires successful
completion of the drug court program as part of the agreement.
"Post-adjudicatory drug court program" means a program in which the
defendant has admitted
or has been found guilty and agrees, along with the prosecution, to enter a
court program as part of the defendant's sentence.
"Combination drug court program" means a drug court program that includes a
pre-adjudicatory drug court program and a post-adjudicatory drug court program.
(Source: P.A. 97-946, eff. 8-13-12.)