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Manchester dentist faces more charges over Medicaid fraud
Dr. Nicholas Marshall, who practices at 835 Hanover St., is accused of presenting medical records with altered treatment notes for Medicaid patients in 2006, 2007 and 2008 in response to a New Hampshire Department of Justice grand jury subpoena.
The latest indictments were returned by the grand jury Feb. 21 and released Thursday.
Marshall is free on personal recognizance bail on the initial indictments. He is scheduled for arraignment March 19 on the new indictments.
The Mandatory Poster Agency, Inc., doing business as Corporate Records Service, offers to provide a consumer service through its annual minutes form. The company, which has been sued more than once by Michigan and by attorneys general in other states, provides a local address and telephone number on its materials.
Senior Assistant Attorney General James Boffetti, who heads the consumer protection division, brought the charges in New Hampshire.
The company has been successfully prosecuted for the same scam, as well as other similar scams, including Labor Department posters, in a number of states, including Michigan, Wisconsin and Idaho.
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