Nonfiction | December 01, 2005

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My brother Joey finds himself in between bouts of trouble these days.  Having recently been released from prison (his sentences have always been soley for minor possession), he spiraled down quickly , as AA tells us is common with advancing addiction.  To use his language, he “caught another case.”

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