CLEVELAND — In a story Sept. 13, The Associated Press reported that Akron Municipal Court Judge Joy Malek Oldfield says she’ll no longer suspend licenses for drug offenses unless they involve a person driving. The story should have noted that Oldfield said she’ll decide whether or not to suspend a driver’s license for a drug conviction only after considering the facts of each particular case.

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