Crack Cocaine History: Largest Prescription-Drug Seizure in History of Union County Prosecutor’s Office – Patch.com

Largest Prescription-Drug Seizure In History Of Union County Prosecutor’s Office – Patch.com


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Largest Prescription-Drug Seizure In History Of Union County Prosecutor's Office
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About $ 116,500 was seized as well as 4.5 kilograms of MDMA, 60 grams of crack cocaine, 140 grams of cocaine, 140 grams of heroin, 14,000 counterfeit Viagra pills and more than 100 bottles containing a total of more than 10,000 units of various
Union County Bust Yields 20 Arrests, Drugs [AUDIO]New Jersey 101.5 FM Radio
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Union County shuts down 'one-stop shop' for drugs, arrest 20 suspectsThe Star-Ledger
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Pardon me? Obama, Bill Ayers, crack cocaine – WND.com


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Pardon me? Obama, Bill Ayers, crack cocaine
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Deputy Attorney General James Cole told reporters the new guidelines will focus on shortening sentences for those imprisoned under previous rules that saw little disparity between powdered cocaine and crack cocaine. In 2010, Obama signed the Fair

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Rules change means more drug offenders eligible for clemency – CNN


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Rules change means more drug offenders eligible for clemency
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The clemency changes would be open to prisoners who have met a set of specific conditions: they must be low-level, non-violent offenders without a significant criminal history and must be serving a federal sentence that would likely be shorter if they
Reviving Clemency, Serving JusticeNew York Times
US weighs clemency for inmates jailed for 10 yearsWashington Observer Reporter

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Justice Dept.’s new clemency guidelines: Crack offenders most obvious candidates – Washington Times

Justice Dept.'s new clemency guidelines: Crack offenders most obvious candidates
Washington Times
In 2010, Mr. Obama signed the Fair Sentencing Act, aimed at reducing the racial and sentencing disparities between convictions for crack cocaine — typically used by the poor and minorities — and powder cocaine — more likely used by the affluent and

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