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Cocaine trafficker tells judge she’s turned around her life

Sentence: 2 months in jail, 5 years of community control

April 10, 2013

A Marietta woman asked Washington County Common Pleas Court Judge Ed Lane to consider her efforts to get her life together as he sentenced her Tuesday for trafficking in cocaine....

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hockeypuck

Apr-12-13 8:09 AM

Yeah, sure. Remember, those of us who are not criminals are not stupid. Criminals are stupid.

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AvidReader

Apr-11-13 10:05 AM

Ok Jodie,,,,They have given you a chance to prove what you say.Dont screw it up...There are plenty out there willing to help you if you will let them.Me included.

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JoshBrown

Apr-11-13 8:40 AM

Rodney Dangerfield : " I don't like cocaine I just like the smell of it "

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POLARIS

Apr-10-13 9:32 PM

PUT HER AND THE JUDGE IN JAIL TOGETHER IF SHE MESSES UP AGAIN.

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janeeyre1

Apr-10-13 3:28 PM

I feel sorry for her child. No ammount of counsiling can make up for the damage she has done to her child.

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oilman1

Apr-10-13 1:50 PM

All that was said in court by her was nothing but lies...she will never change her ways. Yes she does have a record a mile long. She only tells people what they want to hear, then within hours she is out drinking, and doing her drugs. So of course I think the system has let us down AGAIN. She is nothing but a repeated offender...and when she told the judge that she has turned her life around, well think again cause it didn't happen!

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encinoman

Apr-10-13 1:05 PM

I hope she has turned her life around. If not, we look forward to more public expense, wasted court time, and the battle in an absolutely unwinnable War on Drugs will continue to drain resources which could be used for more important matters. Just legalize or at least decriminalize drug use; then tax it to further reduce the burden on taxpayers.

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janeeyre1

Apr-10-13 11:57 AM

I'm not buying any of this. We'll be seeing her in the news again very soon. People like this never change.

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ea333555

Apr-10-13 9:05 AM

The Marietta judicial system at its normal finest..............

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NasCarNut

Apr-10-13 7:49 AM

She was trafficking drugs and had a long list of previous charges...I know people who have gotten more time for possession of drugs...I just don't get it!?!...

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