The Accountability Court of Richmond County is a "Problem Solving Court" for multiple alcohol and drug offenders under the jurisdiction of the Richmond County State Court. The Honorable David D. Watkins and the Honorable Patricia W. Booker preside over the Court. The Accountability Court's goal is to confront the substance abuse issue underlying the repetitive pattern of offenders.
The Richmond County State Court Accountability Court Program announces it was awarded a $25,000 grant from Governor Nathan Deal’s Office of Highway Safety for implementation of its Accountability Court Drug and DUI Programs.
Accountability Courts Programs
Alcohol & Drug Court Program
The Alcohol & Drug Program is designed to treat prersons with a drug or alcohol offense. The program is a minimum of 6 months and a maximum of 12 months. Participants are required to attend counseling, submit to random drug screens, perform 24 hours of community service and attend a court session once a month. Upon successful completion of the program, the court will consider a reduction or dismissal of the offense.
Crystal A. Page, Accountability
735 James Brown Blvd., Suite 4108
Augusta, GA 30901
Ph: (706) 849-3484
Fx: (706) 849-3646