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Course Project Unit 5 Course Project: Part D Brenda Hernandez ECPI
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Course Project 2 Student Drug Informant Found With a Bullet in His Head fer: moonlight as a confidential informant and avoid rotting in prison. November 2013, and Sadek had never been in trouble before. Months earlier, he’d sold a small amount of pot—$20 and $60 worth—to a narc at his school, the North Dakota State College of Science. Then a local task force searched his dorm room and found a plastic grinder with marijuana residue. A day later, he was in an interrogation room with Richland County sheriff’s deputy Jason Weber. The officers told him that he was facing 40 years in prison and a $40,000 fine for peddling weed on campus. So the deputy Weber told him that “Obviously, you’re probably not going to get 40 years, but is it a good possibility you’re going to get prison time if you don’t help yourself out? Yeah, there is,” Weber said during the interview. “That’s probably not a way to start off your young adult life and career, right? “What I’m going to ask for you to do is do some buys for me… then depending upon how you do… a lot of this could go away,” Weber added. He agrees to the officer deal but six months later he with out dead.
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  • Winter '17
  • Weber, Kohlberg's stages of moral development, moral judgments, confidential informants, Student Drug Informant

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