Maj. Eric Smith in the office of his University Place home with a stack of his medical records. Smith was convicted of cocaine use two years ago, based on a contaminated urine sample. He received clemency after serving seven months in jail at JBLM. Since then, an appeals court has overturned his conviction.
Maj. Eric Smith in the office of his University Place home with a stack of his medical records. Smith was convicted of cocaine use two years ago, based on a contaminated urine sample. He received clemency after serving seven months in jail at JBLM. Since then, an appeals court has overturned his conviction. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Maj. Eric Smith in the office of his University Place home with a stack of his medical records. Smith was convicted of cocaine use two years ago, based on a contaminated urine sample. He received clemency after serving seven months in jail at JBLM. Since then, an appeals court has overturned his conviction. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

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