Arrested for Epilepsy

Roughly 3 million Americans live with epilepsy. And a surprising number of them go to jail for it. Why? Around the country, police officers and bystanders who see someone having a seizure mistake it for disorderly, criminal behavior. That's what happened to Daniel Beloungea of Pontiac, Mich. On most days Daniel lives the normal life of a 48-year-old single man. But roughly once a week, he loses total control of his body and mind to an epileptic seizure. A seizure took over...Full Story
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