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—From three to eight true bills have been returned in circuit court by the last three grand juries against J. A. Robinson, D. C. Thompson and G. R. Ashworth, chiropractors of Selma, for practicing medicine without a license. Trials on from one to three of these indictments have been held, resulting in a uniform verdict of guilty and fines varying from $50 to $100. Judge Hobbs has imposed an additional penalty of thirty days' hard labor against each of the defendants. An appeal to the supreme court in one of the eight cases against Robinson confirmed the fine but changed the hard labor sentence to thirty days in jail. Robinson has left for Tuscaloosa, and Ashworth
Medical News. JAMA. 1923;81(13):1118–1124. doi:10.1001/jama.1923.02650130056017
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