The drug-trafficking trial for a Nova Scotia doctor accused of prescribing 50,000 pills to a hospital patient has started with arguments over admissibility of evidence obtained by the medical regulator.
Dr. Sarah Dawn Jones was charged after Bridgewater, N.S. police alleged she wrote a prescription for oxycodone and oxyneo pills over a one-year period.
Jones had pleaded not guilty to charges including possession of narcotics for the purpose of trafficking, theft, breach of trust, drawing a document without authority and fraud.
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