Deadline for any supply of plea within the occasion that chiropractor Hamilton is charged with sexual offenses
Boyd, who is bailed, was arrested on December 9 after a grand jury charged him for allegedly touching patients inappropriately and guilty of misconduct. Boyd was also the subject of an investigation by the Ohio State Chiropractic Board.
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The original indictment accuses the 57-year-old of sex crimes for decades. According to prosecutors, the original charges were crimes against eight victims who were teenagers and young adults in their late teens at the time of the alleged crimes. The alleged crimes occurred between November 1998 and December 2014.
Boyd was first charged with gross sexual indulgence in 12 cases, sexual harassment in seven cases, rape in four cases, attempted sexual harassment in two cases, and attempted rape in one case.
In April, a grand jury charged Boyd with two new cases of gross sexual rape, both fourth-degree crimes.
The new indictment charges a victim who, according to prosecutors, was the ninth alleged victim after the first indictment.
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According to the indictment, the crimes should have occurred between June 4, 2013 and June 3, 2016.
In February, Boyd agreed in an agreement with the state chiropractic board to put his license in an inactive state indefinitely, according to documents received by Journal News.
“DR. Boyd also agrees that the inactive status of his license does not detract from the Board’s ability to impose disciplinary sanctions on his license at a court hearing,” the agreement states.
The Ohio State Chiropractic Board sent Boyd a letter in February 2020 informing him of sexual misconduct allegations made by two patients in 1989 and the early 1990s. In June, two more patients with allegations were added to the complaint as recently as 2012.
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