Is there an argument here?

Another excellent blogger to follow has this post today.

D.Or.: Reasonable expectation of privacy in prescription records, and the third party doctrine does not apply to them

There is a reasonable expectation of privacy in prescription records, and the third party doctrine does not apply such that the information can be obtained by mere administrative subpoena. Oregon Prescription Drug Monitoring Program v. United States DEA, 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 17047 (D. Ore. February 11, 2014):

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