California Court of Appeal
Hoang v. California State Board of Pharmacy, G049275
Denial of plaintiff-pharmacist's petition for a writ of mandate seeking to overturn a decision by defendant California State Board of Pharmacy revoking plaintiff's pharmacy license and his pharmacy business's permit is affirmed, where: 1) license revocation does not require the existence of a victim; 2) plaintiff never presented any evidence reflecting that he was remorseful of his behavior or that he had made efforts to obtain counseling; 3) plaintiff financially benefited from a scheme that involved fraudulent use of another pharmacy's billing authority; and 4) it was not an abuse of discretion for defendant to revoke plaintiff's license and his business's permit.
- Decided 10/08/2014
- Published 10/08/2014
- California Court of Appeal