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California Doctor Loses License for Molestation Charges

Posted on Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011    

A 54-year-old doctor from California recently had his medical license suspended after it was found that he had molested and harrassed several of his patients who were receiving massage therapy.

The man was arrested three years ago after twelve women accused the man of inappropriately groping and touching them. Out of the 141 counts that the man was charged with, he will only be tried for 48 of them in June. No evidence was found to support the other 93 accusations.

The man posted a $1 million bond and is currently awaiting trial. He faces several years in prison, in addition to the loss of his medical license for three years.

If you are a doctor who has lost your medical license because you were accused of a crime, please contact the Texas physician license defense attorneys of the Leichter Law Firm at 512-495-9995.