Crim. No. 5748
46 Cal. 2d 460; 296 P.2d 813; 1956
An osteopath's conviction for selling prescriptions for narcotics was proper because the regulatory code's use of the phrase "good faith" was not vague, and the prosecution's attempt to obtain narcotics from the osteopath was not entrapment.
Carter, Jesse W., "People v. Nunn [DISSENT]" (1956). Jesse Carter Opinions. Paper 152.