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It questions whether NMC decision-making is independent of government health department agendas and asserts that the decision could be prejudical
toward SCPHNs and their clients.
445 (2005) (finding prejudical
error in the admission of uncharged misconduct due in part to the weakness of the government's case).
ONCE THE COURT DETERMINED THAT THE TRIAL JUDGE HAD ABUSED HIS DISCRETION, IT WAS THEN INCUMBENT UPON THE COURT TO ASCERTAIN WHETHER OR NOT THAT ABUSE RESULTED IN PREJUDICAL
ERROR TO THE DEFENDANTS.