Saturday, February 10, 2007

If All Else Fails, Fall Back on Grammar

"In his argument under the point, appellant notes that the Board's conclusion was stated in the conjunctive rather than in the disjunctive as set out in art. 4551h. As a result, says appellant, the Board must demonstrate that his prescription of dilaudid (1) was not necessary or required and (2) would promote or further addiction."

(Taken from Bowman v. Texas Board of Medical Examiners

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