Rush Limbaugh appeals ruling on records
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) Rush Limbaugh on Thursday appealed a court ruling that would allow prosecutors investigating his use of painkillers to examine his medical records. The conservative commentator has said that the seizure of the records violated his privacy, and that he committed no crime. Limbaugh attorney Roy Black asked for a rehearing by Florida's 4th District Court of Appeal.
Investigators raided Limbaugh's doctors' offices in November to see if Limbaugh had engaged in "doctor shopping," or illegally visiting several doctors to receive duplicate prescriptions.
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