Prosecuting Dealers for Opioid Deaths Called ‘Bad Justice Policy’

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Since the start of the opioid crisis, prosecutors across the country have expanded the filing of criminal charges against individuals found to have given drugs to someone who later died of an overdose. But such “drug-induced homicide” cases will only worsen the crisis, according to a health policy expert . . .

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