How A Pittsburgh Neighborhood Became Region's Overdose Capital - CATEGORY Report update: TITLE

District Judge Richard King keeps closing files for his least favorite reason: Because the defendant has died of an overdose. For the most part, these aren't criminals, but defendants in civil cases, like evictions. "I do over 500, 600 landlord-tenant cases" each year, says Judge King, who lives in Carrick and holds court there in a room decorated with photos of Pittsburgh sports triumphs. "A lot of that is addiction. . The money goes to the drug. It doesn't go to the bills that need to be paid, and they get behind on the rent.", index latest News this day of events, accidents, crime, law, News unique, Politics, and special reports on the world and International.

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