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NJ 2C:35-17. Exception to physician-patient privilege.

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NJ Statute: 2C:35-17.  Exception to physician-patient privilege.

Information communicated to a practitioner in an effort unlawfully to obtain or procure the administration of a controlled dangerous substance or controlled substance analog shall not be a privileged communication.
L. 1987, c. 106, s. 1.

AKA: NJ Criminal Charge 2C:35-17, Violation 2C:35-17, Offense 2C:35-17

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