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Judge Winston Bethel P.

Adjunct Instructor

Georgia Piedmont Technical College

HQ Phone: (404) 297-9522

Email: w***@***.edu

Georgia Piedmont Technical College (formerly DeKalb Technical College)

Georgia Piedmont Technical College

495 N. Indian Creek Dr.

Clarkston, Georgia 30021

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Senior Judge
DeKalb County Magistrate Court

Chief Magistrate
Dekalb County

Affiliations

Founder
Dekalb CountyDiverstion Treatment Court

Web References (35 Total References)


Community Leader Testimonials ยป DeKalb CSB

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Judge Winston Bethel Testimonial

Retired Judge Winston Bethel was formerly the Chief Magistrate of the DeKalb County Magistrate Court and a visionary of the Mental Health Court. He gives a testimony for DeKalb Community Service Board's role as a leader in public mental health services.


NAMI Dekalb

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A group of four, Chief Magistrate Winston P. Bethel, NAMI advocate Flo Giltman, Attorney Jim Sanders and Psychiatrist Dr. Emile Risby met early in 1999 to initiate a collaborative effort to decriminalize incarcerated defendants with serious mental illness.


Winston P. Bethel, Chief ...

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Winston P. Bethel, Chief Magistrate Courtroom D; 1st Floor (Jury) Courtroom C; 1st Floor (Non-Jury)


Office of the Mental Health Advocate

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Judge Winston P. Bethel Receives the

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Group shot - Judge Bethel holds up his award surrounded by the staff of OMHA
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Judge Bethel surrounded by the staff of OMHA. From left to right: Alicia Thomas, Trina Cox, Susan Myrick, Sabrina Rhinehart, Judge Bethel, Charles Hess, Cathy Sonier
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The Office of the Mental Health Advocate recognized the Honorable Judge Winston P. Bethel, the Chief Judge of DeKalb County Magistrate Court, for his substantial contributions in providing alternatives for mentally ill persons caught up in the criminal justice system by awarding him the Debra J. Blum Award on March 2, 2006. In 2001, DeKalb County became the first jurisdiction in the State of Georgia to implement a Diversion Treatment Court dedicated to Sabrina Rhinehart presents Judge Bethel with award plaque.
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Judge Bethel has worked tirelessly with many others in the community to research and implement a mental health court in order to divert defendants with mental illness from the inadequate consequences of the criminal justice system. Judge Bethel has been the Chief Judge of the DeKalb County Magistrate Court since 1998 and has promoted the concept of Therapeutic Jurisprudence as demonstrated not only by the mental health court but also by various other initiatives including a domestic violence diversion court and a child support/abandonment court. He remains dedicated to idea of intervention and alternative sentencing as a way of treating mental illness.
Judge Bethel and GPDSC Director, Michael Mears


Office of the Mental Health Advocate

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Judge Winston P. Bethel Receives the

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Group shot - Judge Bethel holds up his award surrounded by the staff of OMHA
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Judge Bethel surrounded by the staff of OMHA. From left to right: Alicia Thomas, Trina Cox, Susan Myrick, Sabrina Rhinehart, Judge Bethel, Charles Hess, Cathy Sonier
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The Office of the Mental Health Advocate recognized the Honorable Judge Winston P. Bethel, the Chief Judge of DeKalb County Magistrate Court, for his substantial contributions in providing alternatives for mentally ill persons caught up in the criminal justice system by awarding him the Debra J. Blum Award on March 2, 2006. In 2001, DeKalb County became the first jurisdiction in the State of Georgia to implement a Diversion Treatment Court dedicated to Sabrina Rhinehart presents Judge Bethel with award plaque.
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Judge Bethel has worked tirelessly with many others in the community to research and implement a mental health court in order to divert defendants with mental illness from the inadequate consequences of the criminal justice system. Judge Bethel has been the Chief Judge of the DeKalb County Magistrate Court since 1998 and has promoted the concept of Therapeutic Jurisprudence as demonstrated not only by the mental health court but also by various other initiatives including a domestic violence diversion court and a child support/abandonment court. He remains dedicated to idea of intervention and alternative sentencing as a way of treating mental illness.
Judge Bethel and GPDSC Director, Michael Mears

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