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Monthly Archives: October 2020


Pharmacist Faces Prison Time for Tampering With Drugs

By David P. Rankin, P.A. |

While it’s legal to use medications that are prescribed to you, using drugs that belong to someone else is a serious crime. If you are a pharmacist who is accused of taking drugs from patients, you could lose your professional license and face jail time. This is the case for a pharmacist in Connecticut…. Read More »


CPA Faces Prison Sentence for Fraud

By David P. Rankin, P.A. |

Accountants work with money and, as such, they face ethical issues on a regular basis. Many clients may want them to fudge numbers and do other unethical things so they can pay less in taxes. This is considered fraud and it is illegal. A CPA convicted of fraud can face a variety of penalties,… Read More »


Dentist Sentenced to Prison for Hoverboard Use, Other Crimes

By David P. Rankin, P.A. |

Do you think it’s safe for a dentist to be performing tooth extractions while using a hoverboard? Probably not, as many of us cannot even balance properly on such a device, let alone perform such an intricate task like pulling out a person’s tooth. However, that’s what a dentist did to a patient in… Read More »


Patient Dosing Scandal Leads to Suspended Licenses for 2 Nurses

By David P. Rankin, P.A. |

When administering medication, dosage is very important. A dose that is too small may not be helpful, while an overdose can cause serious health problems or even death. Nurses and doctors are aware of this and need to take appropriate steps to prevent lethal medication doses. Two nurses recently had their licenses suspended due… Read More »