Appellate Court Divided Over Requirement to ‘Remain at the Scene of the Overdose’ to Qualify for Medical Amnesty

“To arrive at this counter-intuitive construction, the majority exploits a grammatical awkwardness and arrives at counter-intuitive results because the location of the overdose is wherever someone has a good faith belief that they have a life-threatening condition relating to the ingestion of drugs,” Judge Vernida R. Chaney wrote in a dissenting opinion.


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