BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Daniel Kandler, with addresses in both The Oaks and Mizner Country Club, is facing 14 new counts of violating the patient brokering law. The latest accusations of his alleged role in a Delray Beach “Sober Home” include profiting off of urinalysis tests — to the tune of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
HBO’s most recent edition of “Last Week Tonight” focused on this very practice — sober home operators getting rich from urine tests.
Read the lengthy affidavit of probable cause, with all of the details, by clicking here.
Kandler has faced multiple patient brokering charges over the past year.
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