After Leaving Prison, Former USPlabs Executive Will Have To Wait 4 Years To Import Supplements
FDA debars Jonathan Doyle for five years from importing food in US due to 2020 conviction through a guilty plea on a felony federal charge. Doyle scheduled for release from prison in September 2022; sentences for some co-defendants end sooner, some later.
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