Texas neurosurgeon found guilty of maiming patients
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The verdict of the Dallas County jury on a first-degree felony charge of injury to an elderly person means Christopher Duntsch, 44, could be sentenced to five to 99 years or life in prison.

via KABB

DALLAS --(AP/KABB) -- A Texas jury has found a neurosurgeon guilty Tuesday of maiming patients who had turned to him for surgery to resolve debilitating injuries.

The verdict of the Dallas County jury on a first-degree felony charge of injury to an elderly person means 44-year-old Christopher Duntsch of Plano could be sentenced to five to 99 years or life in prison. He also could be given probation. The penalty phase of his trial began Tuesday afternoon.

FULL STORY: Texas neurosurgeon found guilty of maiming patients - AP / KABB

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