In a story that comes to us from the Texas Valley, a judge is going viral for his out-of-the-box punishment.  As reported KXAN, a special condition to her supervised release, a woman was ordered by a Texas judge to finish law school after being arrested on charges of conspiracy to distribute cocaine.

According to the article, Chelsea, Madill was sentenced on January 9th to a sentence of three years with one of the conditions being that she MUST complete an educational program that will allow her to receive a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree. As part of a plea agreement, Madill pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute narcotics. She was actually deep into a drug trafficking organization from Mexico. She even met the leader of this organization in Mexico in  2018.   You can read the full story by clicking here. Do you agree with this style of punishment and what is severe enough?

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Drugs hidden inside the tires are not that uncommon.  However, drugs have been found in some pretty unusual places. The border between Texas and Mexico is very important for drug cartels trying to smuggle their wares into the country. Cartels are trying to sneak in any drug that you can think of. From crystal meth and heroin to marijuana and counterfeit pills, there is no shortage of illicit substances coming up from south of the border and into the United States via Mexico and Texas. The further north the drugs make it in the United States the more money the cartel makes.  Check out some of the unusual attempts that have been made.


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