Ismael Labrador, owner of Vanity Cosmetic Surgery and president of Encore Plastic Surgery, agreed to refund customer deposits under an agreement with Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi. Labrador was arrested and charged by Miami-Dade police in 2007 after investigators discovered he was employing unlicensed doctors to perform prodecures on patients. Labrador later settled the charges, paying a $30,000 fine, performing community service and accepting a reprimand.
Ismael Labrador, owner of Vanity Cosmetic Surgery and president of Encore Plastic Surgery, agreed to refund customer deposits under an agreement with Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi. Labrador was arrested and charged by Miami-Dade police in 2007 after investigators discovered he was employing unlicensed doctors to perform prodecures on patients. Labrador later settled the charges, paying a $30,000 fine, performing community service and accepting a reprimand. Miami-Dade Police Department
Ismael Labrador, owner of Vanity Cosmetic Surgery and president of Encore Plastic Surgery, agreed to refund customer deposits under an agreement with Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi. Labrador was arrested and charged by Miami-Dade police in 2007 after investigators discovered he was employing unlicensed doctors to perform prodecures on patients. Labrador later settled the charges, paying a $30,000 fine, performing community service and accepting a reprimand. Miami-Dade Police Department

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