Are the New “Good Courts” Just Too Good To Be True? Good Courts:The Case for Problem-Solving Justice by Greg Berman and John Feinblatt. (Hardcover, $24.95; 240 pp.,The New Press, 2005.) Since the inception of the first drug court, reportedly in Miami in 1989, thousands of specialttyproblem-solving courts have sprung up in criminna court systems nationwide. Borrowing from the old tradition of rehabilitation popular until the late 20th century, these new types of courts have been implemented to...