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The legislative effort followed a series in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution last year in which Mississippi was ranked 51st, including the District of Columbia in protecting patients from sexually abusive physicians. John Hall, executive director of the medical board, said in November that he was working with lawmakers to draft legislation. But because of the complexity of the case – involving a number of governmental agencies – the medical board was constrained from deciding on a harsher ruling, Miles said.
After warning Taylor, Officer Banks sprayed him with pepper spray.
Boes signed a consent agreement on March 16 with the Mississippi State Board of Medical Licensure, agreeing to a long list of conditions to keep his license.
Boes, a Meridian physician, has been suspended — but stayed for at least five years — because of numerous instances of unlawfully prescribing amphetamines for weight loss for a patient with whom he was having a sexual relationship.
In 2000, Carlos Taylor was convicted of statutory rape and selling marijuana.
During the search, Officer Banks observed a plastic bag in Taylor's hand.