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Schenectady drug defendant squirms but comes clean in court

Judge demands truthful account

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A woman who police say had a history of lying got caught in open court Friday and was forced to tell the truth, despite her tears. Jakia Campbell, 40, of Schenectady, had previously sworn under oath that she had intended to sell a bag of Ecstasy pills. She accepted a deal: Plead guilty to possession, rather than attempt-to-sell, and take a sentence of probation. But when Campbell described her crime to probation officers during a ...


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SchenectadyScott
December 9, 2012
8:47 a.m.

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Shocking.....lied about selling and possession....and welfare fraud.....shocking...this is in Schenectady?

stickyg
December 10, 2012
11:18 a.m.

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scumbag, 1 down 50 million more to go.

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