Amarillo doctor cleared of charges alleging he was practicing without a license
Posted on Wednesday, June 8th, 2011
A former doctor from Amarillo was recently cleared by the DA’s office of charges that accused the man of practicing medicine without a license. The man gave up his license in 2004 after the Texas Medical Board cited him for not allowing a colleague to review his patients’ charts.
The former doctor, who still holds a doctor’s degree in medicine, has willingly admitted that he still has patients that he has helped lose weight or heal illnesses, however, he stated that he does not use pharmaceuticals to aid his patients.
The Randall County Criminal District Attorney officially closed the Texas Medical Board’s case against the doctor, saying that he has done nothing wrong by continuing to help patients without the use of pharmaceuticals.
If you or someone you love has been accused of criminal activity by the Texas Medical Board, please contact the Texas medical license lawyers of the Leichter Law Firm at 512-495-9995.