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Defense in meningitis case uses prosecutor's own arguments as evidence
October 19, 2017 / 9:29 PM / in 2 months

Defense in meningitis case uses prosecutor's own arguments as evidence

A lawyer for a pharmacist charged over his role in a deadly 2012 meningitis outbreak linked to a Massachusetts compounding pharmacy used a prosecutor’s own words as evidence for the defense at trial on Thursday.

Stephen Weymouth, a lawyer representing Glenn Chin, a former supervisory pharmacist at now-defunct New England Compounding Center, showed jurors in Boston federal court an excerpt of the prosecution’s closing argument in the trial of former NECC president and co-founder Barry Cadden.

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