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Topic - Jacqueline N. Schesnol
A nurse's aide is still certified to work in Virginia despite being convicted of negligence and jailed in a D.C. case involving the amputation of a woman's toe.
In that memo, Ms. Schesnol said Ms. Tarpeh's breach of trust was "extremely egregious."
"We felt we had sufficient evidence to get a conviction for a crime," said Special Assistant U.S. Attorney Jacqueline N. Schesnol of the D.C. Office of Inspector General Medicaid Fraud Control Unit.