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Judge gives prosecutors more time in physical therapist case

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Judge gives prosecutors more time in physical therapist case

Judge gives prosecutors more time in physical therapist case

A judge is giving prosecutors two months to file criminal charges or drop criminal allegations against a licensed physical therapist accused of sexual contact with a person in his office.

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Judge gives prosecutors more time in physical therapist case

ASSAULT MAKES A FIRSTAPPEARANCE IN COURT AND IS NOWOUT ON BAIL.A JUDGE TOLD PROSECUTORS THEYHAVE TWO MONTHS TO FILECRIMINAL CHARGES OR DROP THEALLEGATIONS.POLICE SAY MICHEL RANTISSISEXUALLY ASSAULTED A WOMANINSIDE HIS OFFICE.THE VICTIM SAYS SHE WORKED FORTHE PHYSICAL THERAPIST..ACCORDING TO AN ARREST REPORTSHE SAYS SHE ASKED RANTISSI TOTREAT HER BECAUSE SHE WAS INPAIN.AND DURING A MASSAGE RANTISSIASSAULTED HER.POLICE ARE NOW LOOKING FOR MOREPOSSIBLE VICTIMS.RIGHT NOW HE'S OUT ON A-HUNDRED- - FIFTY- THOUSANDDOLLAR BAIL.34- PEOPLE WHO LOST THEIR LIVES




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