NURSE GETS PROBATION FOR PRESCRIBING $2.5 MILLION WORTH OF UNNECESSARY FENTANYL TO PATIENTS FOR PERSONAL PROFIT
Newsweek - 12/02/2019
Michael Sinha, an adjunct professor at Northeastern University’s law school, said the disparities in their sentences demonstrate larger issues in the criminal justice system.
“If these prosecutions actually served as a warning to traffickers, people would stop trafficking. Instead, what they’re actually doing is warning people who use drugs not to call 911 if they witness an overdose because they’ll probably get arrested,” Jeremiah Goulka, a senior fellow at Northeastern University’s Health in Justice Action Lab, said in a statement to Newsweek.