Baldwin County Alabama Drug Court

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ML Lone Survivor bookSixth Annual Community Awareness Event

June 9th, 2015 at the Daphne Civic Center

Sponosored by the Drug Court Foundation

MARCUS LUTTRELL
DECORATED NAVY SEAL & BEST-SELLING AUTHOR OF LONE SURVIVOR


Marcus Luttrell is the author of the #1 New York Times best-selling book, Lone Survivor, which tells the harrowing story of four Navy SEALs who journeyed into the mountainous border of Afghanistan and Pakistan in Operation Redwing. An unparalleled motivational story of survival, the book is also a moving tribute to the friends and teammates who did not make it off the mountain. In January 2014, Luttrell’s amazing story made the leap to the big screen with the blockbuster film, Lone Survivor, directed by Peter Berg and starring Mark Wahlberg as Luttrell.The film, like the book, is an incredible account of teamwork, fortitude and modern warfare.

Sponsor Package

2015 Event Sponsors:

 

Silver Sponsors

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Law Offices of Campbell, Pilcher & Rillo

 

 

Bronze Sponsors

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Celebrate Recovery at Freedom Church

 

For more information or bulk ticket purchases for groups, please contact

Raina Macks at (251) 580-1666, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 


Retired Alabama Chief Justice Sue Bell Cobb had a vision to put a drug court in every county in Alabama. By implementing drug courts in Alabama, Chief Justice Cobb has given courts the resources to give thousands of offenders the tools they need to defeat their addictions and learn to live sober and productive lives. The outcome will be a marked reduction in prison populations, reduced crime and greater cost savings to Alabama taxpayers. In the words of Chief Justice Cobb, ”We want to be known for fixing people, not filling prisons.” The drug court section was established to provide support to all existing drug courts and to those counties wishing to establish a drug court.