Daily Archives: July 18, 2017

Cal: In administrative review, a 4A claim has to be raised before the agency first

Petitioner is a doctor who was accused of controlled substance prescription violations of the medical practices act. His claim under the California privacy provision fails because of the countervailing interests of the state in protecting against incompetent or negligent doctors. … Continue reading

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Daily Beast: Opinion: The Racist Pot Prosecutions That Even Prosecutors Acknowledge Are Ridiculous

Daily Beast: Opinion: The Racist Pot Prosecutions That Even Prosecutors Acknowledge Are Ridiculous by Scott Hechinger: I was disheartened, but not at all surprised, to read the new report by the Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) and Marijuana Arrest Research Project … Continue reading

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Boston Globe: His parents said he just needed to sleep. A SWAT team came instead

Boston Globe: His parents said he just needed to sleep. A SWAT team came instead. by Jenna Russell: Reeling as the sun rose higher in the summer sky, Austin’s parents tried to understand how a simple police check on their … Continue reading

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