The District Attorney responsible for prosecuting the heroin and pot possession case of Jon Bon Jovi's daughter Stephanie, has dropped the charges against them. Because of an amendment to the penal code that was enacted back in 2011, anyone who calls for help because of a drug or alcohol emergency can't be prosecuted if police find a small amount of drugs in their possession. It is to encourage people to call and get help rather than be scared of getting help because they will end up in jail. Her boyfriend, who had also been charged, called police because Stephanie had overdosed on heroin. She was alive in her dorm room when paramedics arrived and was rushed to the hospital, where she remained as of yesterday.