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United States v. Likhite

People v. Likhite, No. B193522, (Cal. Ct. App. 2008).

A once prominent doctor, whose medical license was revoked for gross misconduct, faced criminal prosecutions in three states for selling or attempting to sell forged artworks from a collection allegedly given to his family by an Indian maharajah.  A sting operation by the Los Angeles Police Department led to a conviction in 2008 in this California court, which was. . . .

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