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Curtis “Dewey” Cash accepts his certificate of graduation from Halifax County retired Judge Joel C. Cunningham on Wednesday after completing a 12-month Halifax County Drug Court treatment program.

Two men, Justin Lacks and Curtis “Dewey” Cash, graduated from Halifax County Drug Court on Wednesday following a stringent 12-month program that requires much more than sobriety.

This makes 11 graduates from the program since 2017.

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Justin Lacks accepts his certificate of graduation from Halifax County retired Judge Joel C. Cunningham on Wednesday after completing a 12-month Halifax County Drug Court treatment program.

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Curtis “Dewey” Cash (left) and Justin Lacks (right) are recognized by Halifax County retired Judge Joel C. Cunningham on Wednesday for completing a 12-month Halifax County Drug Court treatment program.

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Commonwealth’s Attorney Tracy Q. Martin serves as the guest speaker at a graduation ceremony for Halifax County Drug Court on Wednesday.

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Halifax County retired Judge Joel C. Cunningham welcomes everyone to Wednesday’s graduation ceremony for Halifax County Drug Court. Also pictured are Freda Holliday, director of probation and pretrial services, and Tracy Q. Martin, commonwealth’s attorney, who served as the guest speaker.

Ashley Conner is the editor for The Gazette-Virginian. Contact her at aconner@gazettevirginian.com