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Charges allege Wall had written and filled a prescription for his mother for 30 Xanax tablets in May 2011, though there was no documentation indicating he was treating his mother medically.
At the end of the preliminary hearing, Judge Robin Reese will decide if there is enough evidence to advance the case to trial.
Wall remains behind bars in lieu of a $1.5 million cash-only bail.
In June, Wall signed an agreement with the Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing, giving up his medical license and his ability to write prescriptions until the murder case is resolved.
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