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Supreme Court denies law license for former Austintown chiropractor

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Ohio Supreme Court is refusing to reinstate the law license of a former Austintown chiropractor, who was also a lawyer before being sent to prison.

The state high court denied an appeal by Charles Theisler, whose law license was suspended in 2005. 

Theisler went to prison following convictions on 98 felony counts, including aggravated drug trafficking and practicing medicine without a certificate.

Theisler had been an attorney since 1993 and a chiropractor since 1973, but never completed medical exams.

In addition, the court ordered Theisler to pay reimburse the court the amount of $1,745, which is the cost of the legal proceedings.

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