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Drug Dealer Sentenced In Federal Court

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 30, 2012

MOBILE, Ala. - Erlicia Danielle West, 24, of Jackson, Alabama, was sentenced today in federal court to 21 months imprisonment for her distribution of crack cocaine. West pled guilty to the charge on August 10, 2012, before Hon. Kristi K. Dubose. Judge Dubose also ordered that West serve a three-year term of supervised release to begin after she completes her sentence of imprisonment. The judge further ordered that West pay a special mandatory assessment of $100.

West’s boyfriend and co-defendant, Ladravian Law, 32, also of Jackson, had been sentenced by Judge Dubose on November 9, 2012. Judge Dubose ordered Law to serve 96 months imprisonment following his plea of guilty to the crack cocaine distribution charges. Court documents reflected that Law and West sold crack cocaine to an undercover informant working with the authorities on several different occasions from February of 2012 through the end of April. At the time of the drug sales, Law was on supervised release from his first federal drug conviction. Judge Dubose revoked Law’s supervised release term and ordered that he serve 33 months for that violation, concurrent with the 96-month sentence on the new charges. Law was ordered to pay $200 in special assessments, and will serve a six-year term of supervised released when he completes his prison sentences.

The case was investigated by the Clark County Drug Task Force, the Clark County Sheriff’s Office and the Jackson, Alabama, Police Department. It was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Gloria Bedwell.

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