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June 16, 2007


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Howard Citron

Recently, the Florida Fifth District Court of Appeal held that a hospital's policy of using two nurses to administer medication was admissible as habit evidence under the Florida Evidence Code although the subject nurse had no independent personal recollection of the patient and the specific administration of the drug in the case. The case is Shands Teaching Hospital v. Dunn.

Stephen Godfrey

Great post,

An enjoyable read!


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