It’s not unusual for a 65-year-old man to reflect on his career—the highs, the lows, the accomplishments and the failures—as he winds down his business affairs and prepares to start a new chapter of life.

What makes it unusual for one Baytown doctor is what that new chapter will be—serving a sentence inside a federal prison.

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