A Former Hofstra 1L was Accused of Impersonating a Psychiatrist
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Well, I guess that Amora Rachelle missed the day when they talked about fraud statutes at Hofstra Law.
There is currently a crazy story going around Long Island about Rachelle, a woman who was recently arrested for fraud for posing as a psychiatrist and even billing insurance companies despite not having any medical license whatsoever. Rachelle has already been in new for secretly videotaping her ex-husband/rabbi meeting with prostitutes on the Sabbath.

But all of the Hofstra students simply know her as the 1L who always wore green….


Here is what Rachelle was arrested for, according to the Bellmore Patch:

”The ex-wife of a Bellmore rabbi, who secretly videotaped her ex-husband meeting with prostitutes on the Sabbath, was arrested Tuesday after she allegedly posed as a psychiatrist and billed an insurance company despite not having a medical license.

Amora Rachelle, 35, formerly of Atlantic Beach, was arrested Tuesday in Westbury by DA investigators and charged with grand larceny in the third degree, falsifying business records in the first degree, scheme to defraud in the first degree, offering a false instrument for filing in the first degree, and unauthorized practice, all felonies.”

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Poor, crazy Rachlle isn’t very well remembered by her former Hofstra classmates. A tipster reports this:
”She always wore green to class…every day and apparently never returned for her 3L year. She told everyone she was a Ph. D from Harvard. She had a full scholarship and the family law fellowship. (her linked in profile says she went to medical school too)….At our orientation three years ago it was mentioned that there was a Doctor with a Ph. D in psychology in our class…doesn’t anyone check up on this stuff?”

Yet, another tipster claims that Rachelle didn’t even make it as far as her 2L year at Hofstra:
”Former Hoftra Law Student (attended 1L, saw her only the first 2 days of 2L, haven’t heard anything about her until this weekend) arrested for practicing psychology without a license.”

Maybe this was one law student that Hofstra paid to go away? Hm.

Actually, Hofstra Law School admitted quite the felonious group of law students. Another tipster reports:
”This is the second person at my 1L orientation from Hofstra to be facing serious jail time [if convicted] and we didn’t even graduate yet. The first one was even Evan Sachs…for [allegedly] stabbing a child randomly at Dave and Busters.”
This tipster is actually not lying. The Merrick Patch has that story from last year:

”Sachs had been on several medications, some of which had been recently changed, at the time of the stabbing, one of his attorneys said last month.

Sachs, who worked as an usher at a Farmingdale movie theater, enrolled in Hofstra Law School in August 2009 before dropping out a few months later.”





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