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  • Pa. is treating more opioid overdoses as homicides. Defense attorneys are learning to fight back.

    Philadelphia Inquirer - 11/08/2019

    “Pennsylvania is ground zero for these kinds of prosecutions,” said Leo Beletsky, a public health law professor at Northeastern and vocal critic of drug-induced homicide laws who helped host the training. National data, he says, belies much of the prosecutorial narrative surrounding these laws.

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