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A Palm Beach County judge set a trial date for a man accused of practicing medicine without a license.
Malachi Love-Robinson, 20, will have his first case heard before a Palm Beach County judge on Nov. 6.
The judge set the trial date Wednesday morning, which involves accusations he stole checks and defrauded an 86-year-old woman.
Love-Robinson is still being held in Virginia after he was sentenced to jail in May after he pleaded guilty that he lied in an effort to obtain credit while trying to purchase a Jaguar.
The assistant state attorney said he expects Love-Robinson to return to Palm Beach County from Virginia in August.
The trial date could change based on when Love-Robinson, who was 18-years-old at the time of his arrest, returns to Palm Beach County.
The other cases involving him are expected to go to trial shortly after the first case is held, according to the judge.
Love-Robinson has a newly-appointed defense attorney who has not yet been in contact with him in Virginia.
The 86-year-old woman claimed Love-Robinson stole thousands of dollars from her during a series of visits to her home.
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