Law360, Boston (September 18, 2017, 4:24 PM EDT) -- Prosecutors who came close to convicting a pharmacist of second-degree murder for his role in the 2012 meningitis outbreak may have an even stronger case against his top deputy when the second drug-contamination murder trial begins in Boston this week.
The reason is simple: Glenn Chin, a supervisory pharmacist at the New England Compounding Center, is accused of actually making the deadly drugs.
Like the first trial against Chin’s boss, NECC owner and head pharmacist Barry Cadden, the second trial will try to answer questions that have haunted the families of the 64 people who died and the 700 who were...
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