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I had a client in 2014. He is stating that we had a
I had a client in 2014. He is stating that we had a sexual relationship and sessions were social, instead of therapy. He is stating No treatment plan was ever done. Therapy sessions were sessions and I have notes and a treatment plan which I do on the first and second meeting. At this time I was also the manager of the homeless shelter and in which he lived. He got kick out of the shelter for his behavior, moved downstate where he tried to kill himself . Now I have a letter of intent on being sued for having a sexual relationship. There is no proof that sexual intercourse happened because it didn't. I'm not even sure how a lawyer would pick up the case. They also say I texted and called with "sexual ineundos" I do text clients when they have a question or an when an appointment needs to be changed and I did talk to him on the phone several times because he was suicidal and had explosive moods at times with people. He would call or text when he had emotions he couldn't deal with, usually anger with other people or depression. Other than that I am unaware of any other contact. I did talk to his mother for treatment planning on a regular basis. He had signed a release of information: My question is what to do next. I have a letter of intent to sue for things that aren't true. What's my responsibility. I feel he is angry with me and trying to take advantage and manipulate. He is homeless and his mother, I assume is pursuing this, he is a drug abuser and has attempted sucicide several times in the past. I believe they are saying that this relationship was harmful to his health.
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My name is***** I am reaching out on behalf
Hello my name is***** I am reaching out on behalf of a friend and her family who have asked me to assist them to find an attorney. My friend's name is ***** ***** she is a Clinical Neuropsychologist who runs a private practice in the north austin area. The complaint is against an Austin general practitioner. In addition to his practice, he also owns several pharmacies, medical clinics, and a chain of local businesses as well as serving on the board of directors for a local hospital. She and the doctor were in a romantic relationship for 6 years and she is currently trying to pry herself away from his influence.My friend wishes to make a complaint to the Texas Medical Board and use that as the basis of a civil suit or settlement. She is afraid of this man and what he might do, so she is also interested in what legal protection she might seek for her and her family's safety. Also important here is the doctor in question's license as it is probated due to a prior complaint due to a drug abuse issue. He was instructed to not take any addictive drugs such as narcotics and barbiturates as a condition of his reinstatement.This complaint has four major issues as I see it.First is that the doctor would prescribe medicine to (Jennifer) said complainant , her son and parents. He would then come over to her home and steal pills for his own use. He did this to hide his drug use as he cannot be prescribed barbiturates or narcotics in his own name due to his probated license as I mentioned before.Second he would prescribe her barbiturates, methylamphetamine, and narcotics and then in order to dismantle her support group when they were fighting, would tell them that she was an addict. He told this to her friends, family, and professional doctoral supervising mentor in an effort to marginalize her. He would continue to prescribe her the medication despite such claims even so. Either one if true paints him in a bad light.Third, he would withhold medication and make the return conditional on compliance within their personal relationship. She has described to me that he would cut her off cold turkey from a high dose of adderall and Xanax (both of which she had never used much less been prescribed before meeting) conditions in their relationship and when she complied return the medication.There is also photo and written evidence of physical abuse.Finally, he knew that she was suicidal after lengthy abuse by his hand and not only prescribed her medication but encouraged the behavior. There is a particularly harrowing text where he says he liked her best when she had taken so many pills and didn't fight back despite the fact that she occasionally would stop breathing. "I've never felt closer," you can read him saying. That particular event landed her in the hospital.Now to prove all of this (Dr. Reynolds) Jennifer has very incriminatating text and email records that she has coveted out of very real fear. There are also FDA regulated pharmacy records available, although she is terrified to go get them should he find out. She wants help obtaining them. Her mother told me despite him stealing all the pill bottles to try and cover his trail while Jennifer was in rehab, she kept pill bottles that he prescribed to various family members of her family in the manner described above. Narcotics, barbiturates, and high doses of adderall to a small child all stand out. The dr in mention threatene her mother if she did anything with them when he found out she had kept them.Both Jennifer and her mother are willing and able to testify. Jennifer is a very intellectual neuropsychologist/Doctor; she is an attractive and articulate woman and the complainant is a local oligarch. I pointed out to her in a smaller city like Austin that the press could very easily pick up on this particularly with Cosby in the news or that she might have to testify in one or several forums.Most importantly, Jennifer kept all of the text communications for the past 2 years and has a sim card which if mined goes back farther. On these he incriminates himself in all of the above and more, one implicating him breaking in to his own pharmacy. He has other malpractice suits pending and he describes how he would coach employees to deceive investigations and break into pharmacies to cover his own trail amongst other things. In short he cannot afford to allow that log into a board investigation or it's over for him whether or not they find him liable to my friend. Without his license he would have to sell his license dependent businesses as distressed properties and lose his basis of employment.Speaking with Jennifer I'm sure you will find that this rabbit hole goes deeper. All of the issues discussed here have more depth to them obviously and there is much more she has to say. He now interferes in her care with another doctor for example.Can you help her or know of anyone who could?
Is this a private conversation? JA: Thanks. Can you give
Hi, is this a private conversation?JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?Customer: I have a one-time underage drinking record on school's Student Judicial Affairs and Department of Public Safety (DPS)'s system. It happened in dorm on campus. My friend called the DPS because they felt I was blackout, and then I was sent to hospital. Later I was required to wrote an reflective paper and retook and alcohol education course, and my case was closed. As I contacted my school's Judicial Affair, they told me my record of "intoxication minor transported to hospital" would be expunged in February 2017 (and they will report no record if anyone ask for disciplinary checks), but my record of "overdose alcohol" on DPS will last forever. Since I am applying for jobs and law school this fall, will this appear on my background check? Should I disclose this to the companies and law schools that I apply? Also, will this affect my future bar examination? This case was 6 years ago.JA: OK got it. Last thing — Criminal Lawyers generally expect a deposit of about $18 to help with your type of question (you only pay if satisfied). Now I'm going to take you to a page to place a secure deposit with JustAnswer. Don't worry, this chat is saved. After that, we will finish helping you.
I have a friend who has a daughter dating an older man. Shes
I have a friend who has a daughter dating an older man. Shes 15, hes 20. Can he file a restraining order or a no contact order? Does he need to prove that they are having sex b4 filing? JA: The law can be really complicated! The Lawyer will know what to do. Have you consulted a lawyer yet? Customer: no JA: Please tell me everything you can about this issue so the Lawyer can help you best. Is there anything else the Lawyer should be aware of? Customer: She is a troubled teen. They have threatened to take her away from the parents because she doesnt go to school. She has a history of drug abuse and rape. He believes they are sexually active but can not prove it. JA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two. I'll let you know when it is your turn.
My doctor called and said my prescription was ready I was outView more legal questions
My doctor called and said my prescription was ready I was out taking care of errands and they told me I had to take a drug test.I said I didn't have to go and would return after running more errands and take the drug test they said no if I left no prescription. I had things to do already planned and now I can't get my script. Is this legal