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Teens More Likely to Drive Stoned than Drunk

Study Shows Teens More Likely to Drive Stoned than Drunk A recent study at the University of Massachusetts Amherst found a greater likelihood that teens would drive stoned or ride in a vehicle with a person under the influence of drugs than a vehicle being operated under the influence of alcohol. More than half of the males in the study, all college freshmen, said that they had been passengers in a vehicle driven by someone who has used marijuana before or while driving. About one-third of … [Read more...]

Defendant Wears “Crime Pays” Tee-Shirt to Court Hearing

Murder Defendant Shows Up at Hearing with Offensive Shirt In a Philadelphia courtroom last month, a man charged with murder and arson in the strangling death of a 23-year-old art student appeared at his preliminary hearing sporting a tee shirt with the words "Crime Pays" on the front. Municipal court judge Teresa Carr Deni noted that the defendant, 22-year-old Jeremiah Jakson, had "a very interesting choice of shirt." Jakson claimed that he had no other clothes when he was arrested, so he was … [Read more...]

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