Every day in this country individuals are arrested and charged with shoplifting in stores and
malls. The growing number of shoplifting incidents seem to correlate to the increased use of
various prescription drugs being dispensed by doctors in the United States. From one Shoplifting Defense
Attorney Perspective, the correlation is not simple coincedence
Drugs given to those that
are depressed and have mental issues are commonly associated with impairing judgement and everyday
tasks. Drugs such as Zoloft and Xanax and other antidepressants seem to be involved more
and more with criminal acts. One DUI Involving
Prescription Drugs Lawyer has related a number of incidents and anecdotal evidence that those
taking these drugs are being affected with judgment impairing consequences. Many have called
for a scientific study and others a governmental inquiry into the longlasting effect of these
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