In January, 2008 Respondent submitted a license renewal for license year 2008 and answered yes to whether he had been arrested or charged within the last 10 days with a criminal act. On Jun 17, 2009 respondent was indicted in US district court, eastern division in CR-07-0744(S1)-01 of conspiracy to commit health care fraud, health care fraud, filing a false annual report of employee benefit plan, and income tax evasion. On November 12, 2010 respondent was found guilty after a jury trial of felony counts 1-6 and was detained in custody until sentencing. On July 17, 2013, a judgment of guilt was entered in the following felonies:conspiracy to commit health care fraud; health care fraud; filing a false annual report to an employee benefit plan, and income tax evasion. Respondent was sentenced to concurrent terms of imprisonment for 65 months on counts 1 and 2, thirty six months on count 3, and sixty months on counts 4, 5, and 6 Respondent was ordered to pay a $600 criminal assessment, $17,500 fine, and $3,613,935 in restitution. The Board of Homeopathic and integrated Medicine Examiners held a formal hearing on May 13, 2014 and found that the respondent violated professional conduct statutes under ARS 32-2933(3), (5), and (19) as follows: commission of a felony whether or not involving moral turpitude or a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude; violating federal, state, county or municipal laws applicable to the practice of medicine; and any conduct or practice contrary to recognized standards of ethics of the homeopathic medical profession. Based on the findings of fact and conclusions of law the respondent's homeopathic medical license number 0041 was revoked.