Broward County (Fla.) Assistant State Attorney David Schulson said his office has ended its criminal investigation of former Broward Health General Counsel Marc Goldstone without bringing charges over allegations that the hospital lawyer was practicing law without a license. The move leaves three active criminal probes against current or former officials at the Fort Lauderdale-based public health system. Still being investigated by the state attorney's office are Broward Health commissioners Joseph Cobo and Miguel Fernandez and former Associate General Counsel Joseph Truhe Jr. Goldstone and Truhe have alleged in federal whistle-blower lawsuits that they were fired for their handling of numerous legal and ethical allegations against the system (Feb. 15, p. 14).
Late News: No charges for Broward's former general counsel
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