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Here's the thing about courthouses: laws are enforced there.
New Jersey resident Marquis Diggs, 29, probably should've considered this when he showed up to family court (where his mom was dropping a restraining order) with 32 bags of marijuana in his jacket, according to police.
Guards arrested him on sight for a bunch of outstanding warrants, and a search allegedly revealed the contraband. It gets even worse for Diggs: because he was within 1,000 feet of a school, he's looking at three extra years in jail. And the huge quantity of pot--dozens of bags instead of, like, one--gets him "intent to distribute" on top of mere possession.
It appears from Mugshots.com that Diggs was also charged with distributing a controlled substance on school property back in 2006. If he's prone to repeating his mistakes, let's hope for his sake that he empties his pockets before the next court appointment.