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Open Carry Laws May Someday Apply to Marijuana, If A Special OUI Committee Has Their Say According to The Republican, dated Thursday, January 4th, 2018, page A5 “Commission Backs Expansion of Open Container Laws” by Shira Scheonburg   Summarized and discussed by Holly Wogan   Everyone knows that you can’t carry open alcohol in your car, but a special OUI Commission wants to include Marijuana under that umbrella.  They call themselves the Special Commission on Operating ...

Trying to pay Bail Me:  Hello, is this the County Jail County Jail: Yes how can I help you? Me: I’d like to know how to bail an inmate out County Jail: Let me connect you to the right department…. Four wrong departments later The Right Department?: Of course you can use a credit card Me: How would I go about that? County Jail: Let me ...

Disruption and Disdain Toward the Addict and the Alcoholic Until the early 1900’s, addiction was regarded as a private personal matter and the government focused on other, more important matters like alcoholism. There were some drug laws that were only loosely enforced. Until the Pure Food and Drug Act n 1906, Opiates were sold in stores and used as miracle medical treatments. 60% of Opiate ...

Pain Killers and More Pain Killers The Opioid epidemic began with the advent of morphine, then heroin to treat the morphine, now methadone treats herion. Oxycodone, codeine have been around for awhile. Fentanyl is a relatively new comer but has taken center stage and has been found mixed with the others or as a stand-alone high. Hydromorphone is another one, ...

A Brief History of Opioids and Americans Opioid Crisis 50 Unfortunate Years: Two World Wars, Prohibition, The Great Depression and an Unpopular Conflict World War I ran between 1914 through 1918, followed shortly by Prohibition in the 1920’s and the Stock Market Crash of 1929. It was a bad time for America and Prohibition limited access to alcohol. Opium, Heroin and Marijuana became a substitute ...

Minor Infractions Could Send People Back To Jail R3 has clients who have had run ins with the law, and some who haven’t. Sometimes average, mostly law abiding citizens get caught up with legal issues too, whether or not they have done anything wrong. Sometimes what they are charged with are minor infractions few people pay any mind too. Almost everyone ignores these are ...

Is Law Enforcement Overstepping in School Safety? Armed police providing “security” at schools are overstepping their boundaries by arresting kids for minor offenses like disrupting class, skipping class and getting mouthy. Kids have been arrested for disruptive flatulence and generally rowdy behavior, though later they were released into their parents’ custody. Kids acting like kids should not be treated like criminals. I am ...

Arrested for Possession of Spaghetti-O’s and Other Legal Substances Police make mistakes and get overzealous in the name of caution (or out of spite, or to fill their quota). This “better safe than sorry” policy can lead you to some pretty epic screw ups. Ashley Huff was a passenger in a car that was pulled over and arrest for possession of Meth. The “Meth” in ...

Why You Should Keep R3 Even After You’ve Served Your Time This is a post from Quora, by writer Susan Caproni, And the best reason why even if you are committed to the straight and narrow after you have served your time, you should still keep R3. “In 2016 I was assaulted by two men at 830 in the morning while at a gas station on my way to ...

On Bail Reform Bail Reform is a hot topic right now, as it should be. Rather than being a legal show up insurance policy, it has become a wealth based detainment system as well as a tool to buy prosecutors more time to investigate or make deals easier to close. Computerized Risk Assessment Software and monitoring programs have been ...