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Preliminary Hearing Trial Transcript
February 18, 2004 - page 19
1 A To be perfectly frank I would have -
2 Q I don't want you to be frank if you are going to
3 incriminate yourself.
4 There is only one reason you should be using it.
5 MR. ADAMS: He's waived his right.
6 THE COURT: He's waived his right.
7 A I use it for medical reasons. I would use it
8 for medical reasons no matter what Dr Sterner said.
9 Q (BY MR. SASNETT:) What if he told you to obey
10 the law?
11 A I am obeying the law. He did tell me. We
12 discussed the law. I understand I am in compliance with
13 State law.
14 Q You believe you are in compliance with State
16 A Oh, yes.
17 MR. SASNETT: Nothing further
18 THE COURT: Cross.
19 MR. ADAMS: Thank you.
22 BY MR. ADAMS:
23 Q What was the doctor's name? Sterner?
24 A That's right.
25 Q You said you and he sat down and discussed the
26 law. Do you remember the nature of the conversations?
27 Did he explain to you what the nature of the law