Judge's drug center ruling fair, state attorney says - 1990-11-16

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F23.png Judge's drug center ruling fair, state attorney says November 16, 1990, AP, Tulsa World

Kay County District Judge Neal Beekman ruled Sept. 7 that Narconon could remain open during the certification process, but could not accept new patients. Narconon had 35 patients at the time.

The mental health board was to decide on certification last week. But Freeman ruled that a Mental Health recommendation against certification could not be used because it was biased against Narconon.

The board decided to appoint a new review team to study Narconon's application and make a recommendation.

Freeman then ruled that Narconon could admit new patients, as long as the number did not exceed 35 patients.


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