Hi~ Well...how was the fraud committed? Did he forge a prescription? Call it in?
It can be proven he picked it up. The pharmacy time stamps everything and,of course,
there are cameras everywhere.
The way the system works today, if it was in his name, I'd say he's in a position of guilt by association until proven otherwise. They are getting rather successful with prosecuting individual's on that premise. Unless he can show somebody else used his name which is doubtful. Take cathy's advice. Don't do it again and hope for the best.
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