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Drug rehab no joke

Bob Rogers

I can certainly understand why Mr. Price feels the way he does. Where does one draw the line? How many chances should someone get? When is “enough” enough? I don’t know. I am not qualified to make decisions like that. That is what judges are for.

As a recovering meth addict myself, I sure am glad Judge Darlington saw fit to give me a chance. With the help and support of Drug Court, I was able to turn my life around. I’m certain a lot of thought and consideration was given before sentencing Mr. Frye. There were probably many factors the public isn’t aware of. I don’t believe it was done indiscriminately without weighing all the factors involved in this case or any case for that matter.

I can tell you this – if Mr. Frye fails, he has a lot of years hanging over his head. A lot more than he would have got had he gone to trial. The rehab he is going to is no joke. It is a very tough year-long behavior modification program. Mr. Frye has been to prison many times. Believe me, it would have been easier to go back there. He can do time.

Bob Rogers

Nevada City


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