Slow Alabama Drug Evidence Analysis Means Two-Year Local Court Backlog

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A 1,604-case backlog of drug related cases is burdening the Montgomery County, Al., criminal justice system, District Attorney Daryl Bailey tells the Montgomery Advertiser. To put that in perspective, the most recent drug case to come out of forensics is from April 2014. Anybody arrested for drug-related charges would now be waiting more than two years for . . .

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