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‘Doctor Shopping’ is Against the Law
‘Doctor Shopping’ is Against the Law

The United States is experiencing a deadly epidemic and it has to do with prescription drug overdose deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). “More than 41,000 people died of drug overdoses in 2011, and most of these deaths (22,810) were ...

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    The United States is experiencing a deadly epidemic and it has to do with prescription drug overdose deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). “More than 41,000 people ...

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    If you’ve been licensed in Arizona for some time, you’ve probably seen all kinds of driving behaviors, such as people who drive “too slow” for conditions, people who speed, people who text while ...

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    What is forgery? Is it forgery when you sign someone else’s name on a check, a credit card receipt, or on a mortgage application? It’s all the above. Forgery is usually a financially-motivated crime ...

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    Every state has established laws regarding traffic crashes. In all states, drivers have certain legal duties and obligations when they’re involved in car accidents. For example, when a driver is in a ...

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    You’ve heard about freedom of speech in America. After all, you learned all about the First Amendment in school. You were probably taught that under the First Amendment, you could say anything without ...

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    You’re probably very familiar with the term “vandalism,” a common property crime typically committed by youth . A teenager, for example, may vandalize school property by drawing on the school’s ...

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