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Manchester dentist indicted on 189 counts of Medicaid fraud
A Merrimack County Superior Court grand jury handed down the indictments on Dec. 20 against Dr. Nicholas Marshall, whose office is in the Eastside Plaza Shopping Center off Hanover Street.
Most of the indictments allege that Marshall, between 2008 and 2013, "knowingly made, (or) presented ... with intent to defraud, a false or fraudulent claim for payment for a service for which payment may be made in whole or in part under RSA 161 or RSA 167," the state laws governing public assistance.
Marshall's attorney, James Moir, said the dentist would be pleading not guilty when he is arraigned later this month.
Sarah Blodgett, the assistant attorney general with the Medicaid fraud unit, was unavailable for comment on Tuesday.
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