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Comment #7289093 by James Mc Loughlin

James Mc Loughlin Jun 13th 2018, 7:09 PM #

It is the garda people to court bringing for 20 euro worth of drugs ,just to get a conviction,and then the judges demanding 200 euros fine but will suspend the conviction if the fine is paid before,noon that day, who in their right mind would have 200 euro at that hour of the morning,prevention rather than conviction for such a small amount

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Ex-Assistant Commissioner on drug debate: 'Our young people are criminalised, deprived of life chances'

Ex-Assistant Commissioner on drug debate: 'Our young people are criminalised, deprived of life chances'

After 40 years in the force, Jack Nolan said it would be difficult to claim there are less drugs available now.

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