NY Drug Penalties Vary; Prosecutors Make The Call

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New York State’s Rockefeller drug-sentencing laws remain on the books after more than three decades. The Village Voice tells a tale of how the laws operate in practice today. Two Hamilton College student drug users turn in a cocaine dealer, giving the students light penalties and the dealer a 7-to-21 year prison term. Politicians again
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