Douglas Ray Tosten, 22, of 12870 Hayes Road, Myersville, possession of drug paraphernalia, $250 fine. (Visiting Judge Milnor Roberts)
Randy Wayne Harbaugh, 32, of 1019 Pope Ave., possession of illegal drugs, one year in jail (credit for time served, balanced suspended), 18 months probation, $200 fine. (Visiting Judge Milnor Roberts)
Anna Marie Griffith, 21, of 6411 District Heights Parkway, District Heights, Md., probation before judgment (possession of marijuana), one year probation, $400 fine. (France)
Mary D. Archie, 23, of 941E Lanvale St., distribution of cocaine, seven-year suspended sentence, three years probation. (Glaser)
Lisa M. Domer Sipre, 27, of 2940 Avenue O, Winter Haven, Fla., distribution of cocaine, seven-year suspended sentence, three years probation. (Glaser)
Terrance J. Schadler, 21, of 709 Summit Ave., Apt. 2, possession of marijuana, 55 days in jail, already served. (McDowell)
Dianne E. Everitt, 31, no fixed address, possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, one year probation, 50 hours of community service. (McDowell)
Michael D. Smith, 26, of 435 Christopher Ave., Apt. 12, Gaithersburg, possession with intent to distribute cocaine, 31/2 year-suspended sentence, one year probation, $300 fine. (McDowell)
Phaniel J. Hilaire, 33, of 27 N. Locust St., Apt. 2, possession with intent to distribute cocaine, seven years in prison. (McDowell)
Voine L. Bolinger Jr., 21, of 224 N. Jonathan St., conspiracy to distribute cocaine, 18 months in jail. (McDowell)
David Scott Burkett, 24, 11245 Lakeside Drive, possession with intent to distribute marijuana, 43 days in jail, already served, two years probation, 75 hours of community service. (McDowell)
William Donald Hahn, 23, of 116 N. Mulberry St., Apt. B, distribution of marijuana, 18 months, two years probation, 75 hours of community service. (McDowell)
Sheldon Leroy Burns, 35, of 951C Main Ave., possession of cocaine, four years in prison. (Wright)
Darnell Coleman, 23, of 37 W. North St., possession with intent to distribute cocaine, 14 years in prison. (Wright)
When a judge suspends a jail term or fine, he can reimpose the penalty if probation is violated.
Judges routinely order defendants to get alcohol treatment and education or recommend placement of an alcohol restriction on the person's license.
Judges also may grant probation before judgment which keeps the person from having a conviction on his record. But if violated, the probation may be ended and the person would then have a conviction on his record.
The judges in Washington County include Washington County Circuit Court judges Frederick C. Wright III, Darrow Glaser, John H. McDowell and W. Kennedy Boone; and District Court judges R. Noel Spence and Ralph France.