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By Diana Schemo at The New York Times
WASHINGTON, May 2— When a judge pronounced Russell Selkirk guilty of smoking marijuana in a car in December 1999, Mr. Selkirk, a freshman at Ohio State University, thought he left the courtroom knowing his sentence: a $250 fine, suspension of his driver's license, 20 hours of community service and a year's probation...
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