Legal Lite – Man Facing Cocaine Charges Brings Cocaine to Court

An Illinois man facing a court date for cocaine charges decided to bring some cocaine with him to the courthouse. Alex Robinson was previously arrested for cocaine delivery in 2006 and was due in court for a probation hearing on a drug charge earlier this week. When the 37-year-old man showed up at the courtroom, he had to go through security screening. That’s when he allegedly put a baggie containing three grams of cocaine onto a security tray, reports the Huffington Post.

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