Ex-judge sentenced to 90 days on drug...

Ex-judge sentenced to 90 days on drug conviction

There are 1 comment on the KSL-TV story from Nov 19, 2013, titled Ex-judge sentenced to 90 days on drug conviction. In it, KSL-TV reports that:

A former Salt Lake City Justice Court judge was sentenced to 90 days in jail Tuesday for distributing prescription drugs.

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LA man

Welsh, LA

#1 Nov 20, 2013
The cops cant get theive rapist and child molesters killers are they too scared or does it not pay enoughThey make big big monry off drug seisers and cash that goes along withit they love the money not the people they serve.Why dont they do their jobs and leave the simple user akone they always make such a big thing out of get someone to tell on somone else to ruin a kife howv many lifes have they ruined.tjey need to legalize the stuff so it aint worth a fortune.what happened to our freedom. and we pay a fiortune to them they probely resale the drugs or take them themselves

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