- Automatic expungement trend gives clean slate to license applicants facing criminal background checks
- Board hid investigators’ actual caseload with fake data for Auditor
- Children’s homes not required to obtain pharmacy licenses, court holds
- Explanation for refusal to reinstate license not required, court says
- Though hearsay, script for pharmacist’s fraudulent calls held acceptable evidence in revocation proceeding
- Licensee’s age and threat to his practice held to justify stay of suspension
- Board members’ exposure to facts in proposed consent order not sufficient to show bias
A state medical board investigator who cooperated with local law enforcement, using the implicit threat of license sanctions to coerce testimony from a physician that led to his criminal conviction, violated the physician's Fifth Amendment right to freedom from self-incrimination, an Ohio appellate court ruled June 24. The ruling made evidence from the interview inadmissible (State v. Gideon).
In 2017, the Ohio State Medical Board . . .
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