Wife of Valley Doctor Accused of Health Care Fraud to be Released on Bond
UPDATE (7/31): A judge submitted an order for Meisy Zamora to be released on bond.
The release order was filed Wednesday.
On Friday, she will be back in court for a bond hearing.
Her husband remains in custody until his trial in September.
He's accused of misdiagnosing patients for profit.
MCALLEN – The wife of a Rio Grande Valley doctor accused of health care fraud could learn Tuesday afternoon if she’ll be released on bail.
Meisy Zamora, wife to Dr. Jorge Zamora-Quezada, is accused of helping her husband commit health care fraud, launder money and trying to cover it up.
Both were arrested last year.
Last week, a judge denied reconsideration of the doctor’s release.
The judge referred Meisy’s case to a magistrate judge for a bond hearing.
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