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Punishing Pill Mill Doctors: Sentencing Disparities In The Opioid Epidemic, Adam M. Gershowitz Dec 2020

Punishing Pill Mill Doctors: Sentencing Disparities In The Opioid Epidemic, Adam M. Gershowitz

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Consider two pill mill doctors who flooded the streets with oxycodone and other dangerous opioids. The evidence against both doctors was overwhelming. They each sold millions of opioid pills. Both doctors charged addicted patients hundreds of dollars in cash for office visits that involved no physical examinations and no diagnostic tests. Instead, the doctors simply handed the patients opioids in exchange for cash. To maximize their income, both doctors conspired with street dealers to import fake patients — many of them homeless — so that the doctors could write even more prescriptions. Both doctors made millions of dollars profiting off the misery ...


Responding To Mccleskey And Batson: The North Carolina Racial Justice Act Confronts Racial Peremptory Challenges In Death Cases, Robert P. Mosteller Jan 2012

Responding To Mccleskey And Batson: The North Carolina Racial Justice Act Confronts Racial Peremptory Challenges In Death Cases, Robert P. Mosteller

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New Dimensions In Sentencing Reform In The Twenty-First Century, Robert P. Mosteller Jan 2003

New Dimensions In Sentencing Reform In The Twenty-First Century, Robert P. Mosteller

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Drug Wars In Black And White, Joseph E. Kennedy Jan 2003

Drug Wars In Black And White, Joseph E. Kennedy

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Victim Impact Evidence: Hard To Find The Real Rules, Robert P. Mosteller Jan 2003

Victim Impact Evidence: Hard To Find The Real Rules, Robert P. Mosteller

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Private Financing Of Criminal Prosecutions And The Differing Protections Of Liberty And Equality In The Criminal Justice System, Joseph E. Kennedy Jan 1997

Private Financing Of Criminal Prosecutions And The Differing Protections Of Liberty And Equality In The Criminal Justice System, Joseph E. Kennedy

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