Zach Krauss - Cedarville University
Opioid Crisis, Bioethics, Law, Opioid, Incarceration
The opioid crisis has taken America by storm and is causing more deaths each year than ever originally anticipated. Our current approach to addressing the opioid crisis involves two separate approaches, one from the medical/rehabilitation side of the problem, and one from the criminal justice side. This article serves as a revisiting of the discussion of the intricate balance that must be reached between rehabilitation and incarceration in order to adequately address the problem.
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Krauss, Zachary J.
"Bioethics, Law, and the Opioid Crisis: Revisiting the Concept of Incarceration versus Rehabilitation,"
Bioethics in Faith and Practice: Vol. 4:
1, Article 4.
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