Alvogen court case causes Nevada Judge to halt execution

04:30 EDT 13 Jul 2018 | Pharmafile

A Nevada Judge has temporarily prevented the use of the sedative midazolam, in the execution of the twice convicted killer Scott Raymond Dozier, following objections from the New Jersey-based multinational Alvogen that stated it does not want its drug used in “botched” executions.

In claiming that the Nevada Department of Corrections had obtained the drug illegally, the pharmaceutical company urged a Nevada judge to prevent its use in the execution scheduled for the 11th of July.

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