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U.S. District Judge Rules Rx Records Can Be Used Against Arkansas Physician
Richard Johns, the suspended Little Rock doctor charged with fraudulently distributing painkillers, knew his prescriptions were being recorded in a state database and can't now keep them from being used as evidence against him, U.S. District Judge Brian Miller ruled this week.
Miller's denial of Johns' motion to suppress evidence collected under a search warrant issued to a Lonoke County investigator two years ago does not bode well for his separate motion to have his seven-count indictment dismissed completely. Miller had not ruled by Thursday morning on that or on a motion to delay Johns' trial, which is scheduled to start January 23, 2017
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