Man jailed after trying to fool drug ...

Man jailed after trying to fool drug test twice

There are 10 comments on the Daily Herald story from Apr 20, 2008, titled Man jailed after trying to fool drug test twice. In it, Daily Herald reports that:

“Clearly he was not probationable”

If at first you don't succeed, it's not always wise to try, try again. James H. Day should have thought of that last year when he tried, for a second time, to thwart a court-ordered drug test by bringing a bag ... via Daily Herald

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Free for all

Cicero, IL

#1 Apr 22, 2008
I don't know what's worse. That we're paying for multiple drug tests, or we're housing and feeding this small-time pot smoker. As soon as he's out he'll just get high again!!! Talk about proof that controling people doesn't work! Stay tuned to the new sensation, "As the taxes rise" -brought to you by douche bags like Fair To All!
Dr Rood What Ya Hidin

Aurora, IL

#2 Apr 24, 2008
LOL
"brought to you by douche bags like Fair To All! "

“Greetings from the Twin Cities”

Since: Apr 07

Bloomington, MN

#3 Apr 24, 2008
What we really need to do is look at what harm we are preventing by having pot illegal. Then we have to look if we are creating more harm through the prohibition.
Harms of smoking pot = munchies
Harms of incarcerating pot smokers = tax dollars for incarceration; criminal record prevents person from getting good job after release; wasted tax money trying to bust pot smokers; relegation of marijuana to the underground (exposing pot smokers to hard drug dealers); overcrowded prison system

I wonder which is worse?
Dr Rood What Ya Hidin

Aurora, IL

#4 Apr 24, 2008
naked, you summed it all up in one paragraph,, why cant the government / voters do that!

“Greetings from the Twin Cities”

Since: Apr 07

Bloomington, MN

#5 Apr 24, 2008
Dr, because they are too busy listening to Big Pharm.
Dr Rood What Ya Hidin

Aurora, IL

#6 Apr 25, 2008
ya, all they see is cashola :\
nothing surprises me

Des Plaines, IL

#7 Apr 30, 2008
Obviously, we need to pat down these guys, we can't afford to install "liquid detectors" at the courthouse.

For Cripe's sake, pot isn't that addictive, I cannot fathom how someone would risk EVERYTHING to smoke a little pot, just wait it out and do the right thing. Obviously, POT has completely destroyed this man's ability to think straight. Clearly not an individual who should have a job at the County Courthouse!!!! What a "dope".
killakcdipset

Olathe, KS

#8 Jan 24, 2010
nothing surprises me wrote:
Obviously, we need to pat down these guys, we can't afford to install "liquid detectors" at the courthouse.
For Cripe's sake, pot isn't that addictive, I cannot fathom how someone would risk EVERYTHING to smoke a little pot, just wait it out and do the right thing. Obviously, POT has completely destroyed this man's ability to think straight. Clearly not an individual who should have a job at the County Courthouse!!!! What a "dope".
a lot of young people smoke weed to self medicate from anxiety and depressed. i did. people grow out of smoking weed, if the government would just decriminalize it everything would be much better. its giving young kids criminal records they really dont deserve.
Steven

United States

#10 Mar 24, 2011
Legalize it. There is simply no rational reason why highly-addictive and violence-promoting alcohol is legal and on the other hand relaxing, relatively non-impairing Cannabis is not. No reason whatsoever except that the big alcohol companies are contributing so much to the campaigns of those legislators that keep competing and harmless cannabis illegal -- costing the taxpayer in several ways from incarceration, police, etc. to DUI's and massive spending and ruining of lives (like thi spoor guy) with criminal records for a harmless plant. Even tobacco i smuch much more harmful -- tobacco is physically addictive on the order of morphine, and causes cancer. Cannabis has been shown in studies to apparently somehow actually REDUCE the incidence of cancer in smokers!
the human race

Garden Prairie, IL

#11 Mar 24, 2011
nothing surprises me wrote:
Obviously, we need to pat down these guys, we can't afford to install "liquid detectors" at the courthouse.
For Cripe's sake, pot isn't that addictive, I cannot fathom how someone would risk EVERYTHING to smoke a little pot, just wait it out and do the right thing. Obviously, POT has completely destroyed this man's ability to think straight. Clearly not an individual who should have a job at the County Courthouse!!!! What a "dope".
Don't blame pot for this guys poor decisions or inability to think straight. I'm sure if you shot someone, it was not your fault it was the guns?! I think not; People think ohh look at that scuz bag just got busted for weed. What you don't see are the friends and neighbors that smoke and are smart enough to know how NOT to get caught. The cops catch the stupid, then people say "see all smokers are stupid". Legalize and issue licenses to grow and/or possess it. If you are a productive member of society and keep out of trouble...you may possess it. You over there don't have a job and are collecting welfare...you may not possess it. Simple!

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