Monday, March 26, 2018

Teacher Enters Guilty Plea in Compounding Fraud Scheme

Pleasantville teacher enters guilty plea in state health benefits fraud

Press of Atlantic City-1 hour ago
McAllister also would receive compounded medications with a prescription signed by a doctor he didn't see, according to court documents. Both men are scheduled for sentencing on July 18 and they face as many as 10 years in prison. McAllister is represented by attorney Edward F. Borden Jr. in Cherry Hill, and Hunter is ...pleas
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