The letter states and I'm paraphrasing "according to the oklahoma bureau of narcotics it is a felony to attempt to see multiple physicians at the same time in an attempt to obtain narcotics and I am in violation of this law." I'm wondering if this is just her interpretation of the law or did the OBN contact her and tell her I had violated the law. I would think that the OBN would not give a person who had committed a felony any kind of heads up that they have commited a crime fearing that person might flee. The first prescription for this drug was about 35 days ago and had ran out before she prescribed me this drug. I am really concerned about this as I just took a new job 200 miles away and am moving soon and the last thing I need is to go to jail
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