Pardoned pharmacist seeks return of restitution
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Hubris on top of chutzpah! A presidential pardon is not an exoneration and expungement of the criminal record. He is still guilty. Fordham voluntarily surrendered his pharmacist license, RPH012859, in September 2005, when revocation by the GA Board of Pharmacy was probably imminent. In 1992, he was disciplined and fined $2,500 for failure to maintain accurate records for controlled substances. https://gadch.mylicense.com/verification/Search.aspx
A pardon does not mean he was innocent. He was still convicted, it means he is forgiven.
If he was a Democrat, he probably would have never have been convicted in the first place.