I have read how many school districts were listing the costs of making school facilities safer for the students and staff. But I didn’t see anything in the article about what it would take to have trials there. Or what steps other Federal office buildings had taken.
And while I think the decision was correct, the description of the Doctor is pretty bad. I hope he realizes that he dodged a bullet and knock off the volume of pain killers.
I know that I could theoretically be disbarred (after I am admitted, of course) without committing a crime, and I know that my wife could lose her nursing license without committing a crime, so I assumed it would be similar for doctors.
Well it appears that they had enough evidence to haul his ass into court. It is worrisome that after all these years about pain killer abuse that it still seems that there are a butt load of doctors out there over prescribing.
My financial consultant who works for a bank told me that he would lose his job if he missed one mortgage payment. He was involved in a nasty divorce and went to the bank vice president to see if it would affect his job. They said no, but he worried about it every day.
I went to high school with a guy who I met up with right after he passed the California Bar.
I asked him what he was going to do and he told me that he was going to do divorce law because that was where the best money was.