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P.J. Hairston's legal outcome typical for students

P.J. Hairston completed an assessment relating to his drug charge July 19, and after obtaining and completing the assessment, the state chose not to pursue the charge further. Hairston was also able to present his valid driver’s license. Director of Student Legal Services Dorothy Bernholz said allowing a student to complete an assessment for first offense drug and alcohol charges is common procedure in Orange County. (Daily Tar Heel)


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