Trial of N.S. doctor charged with fraud resumes

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The trial of a Nova Scotia doctor accused of fraud and unlawful possession of oxycodone continues in Bridgewater provincial court today.

The most serious charges against Dr. Sarah Jones – trafficking and possession for the purpose of trafficking – were dropped last week. She was accused of prescribing thousands of opioid pills for a patient but instead sending them elsewhere.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.