Pharmacist allegedly sold drugs from Texas home
Texas State Board of Pharmacy recently suspended a pharmacist’s license after she was charged with illegally selling prescription drugs from her home.
According to a report on Wednesday, March 6, Arlington resident Esther Chinedozi Amaka was charged with diverting controlled substances after her pharmacy business Express Rx closed in 2012. After Amaka’s home was raided last month by Denton police, she was booked on February 13 and was released the following day after posting a $50,000 bond. Narcotics were reportedly missing from a Denton pharmacy owned by Amaka that had previously closed. Afterwards, Amaka allegedly sold the narcotics from her home.
However, Amaka is currently denying intentional wrongdoing, according to Board Officials.
Facing the loss of a pharmaceutical license, or any other professional license, can have a drastic affect on a person’s livelihood and future prospects. As such, if you are facing such a situation, speak with the lawyers at the Leichter Law Firm about protecting your license. By calling 512-495-9995, you can discuss your legal options and find out how we can potentially defend you and your license.