A local attorney spoke out against a new ordinance the city of Gillette is considering that would raise fines and increase punishment for juveniles who are caught using tobacco.

Nick Carter, a criminal defense attorney in Gillette, said the new ordinance would not be fair because the increased fines would not be in proportion to what a juvenile could make in wages if he or she worked.

Reporter for the News Record

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