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Prosecutor's Office Logging More Hours Due to Higher Case Volume

There are 5 comments on the The Intelligencer story from Sep 22, 2012, titled Prosecutor's Office Logging More Hours Due to Higher Case Volume. In it, The Intelligencer reports that:

Even prior to the indictment of 29 individuals associated with the sale of prescription pills and other drugs at the New Martinsville Villa apartments, the number of felony cases in Wetzel County was higher than in recent years.

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Ladydiamond

Charleston, WV

#1 Sep 26, 2012
Maybe instead of sending these people to prison, put them on strict house arrest and make them go to the morgue every time a person dies due to drug abuse or overdose. Make them go to the hospital and look at someone on life support due to drug over dose Let them see firsthand the heartbreak of a parent who has to bury their drug overdosed child and the devastation their drug sales cause. Mandatory weekly NA/AA group attendance and many hours of community service involving hard work. If, after all that they still try to sell or use drugs, then I agree they should be sentenced to prison.
herb

Worthington, WV

#2 Sep 26, 2012
It's doctors' faults for not looking up noses. They set up some retards with no jobs. The big men have good jobs and bring the dope across the river and from the coal mines. The police ever bother them. They wet fishin in the hatchery. More puffery from the retard press

“Know where you towel is...”

Since: Sep 12

Sistersville

#3 Sep 26, 2012
Ladydiamond wrote:
Maybe instead of sending these people to prison, put them on strict house arrest and make them go to the morgue every time a person dies due to drug abuse or overdose. Make them go to the hospital and look at someone on life support due to drug over dose Let them see firsthand the heartbreak of a parent who has to bury their drug overdosed child and the devastation their drug sales cause. Mandatory weekly NA/AA group attendance and many hours of community service involving hard work. If, after all that they still try to sell or use drugs, then I agree they should be sentenced to prison.
Gonna go out on a limb here and say that a significant number of those people are living on government money anyhow. What I believe needs to happen is send them to prison but make these prisons a hell of a lot more difficult than they are. Honestly, these guys go in get 3 square meals a day, leisure time, weightlifting time, television time, internet time, etc... If the prision systems were more like this jail in Arizona maybe they would be more hesitant to do it. http://articles.cnn.com/1999-07-27/us/9907_27...
pete

Reader, WV

#4 Oct 6, 2012
so ain't half the poor people in the world livin off your nickel. don't hear you jawin about that. so aint the doctors rakin it in off your nickel in taxes, like paddin the medicare bills. if you feel that strongly, when u turn 65 you should refuse to live off the government, refuse you medicare and pay the bills yourself. Then, YOU'D be on welfare, Newt.
peasant

Reader, WV

#5 Oct 6, 2012
Guys who spout off that livin off the government crap, villifying the 47% (200 million people) with their half-truths and stock phrases, well, I'm too polite to say what they are. They have one thing in common with drug addicts, they live with an artificial reality.

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