Sentencing will be next month for an African man who was practicing medicine without a license in Berrien County. The Michigan Attorney General's office says Charles Mosimbwa pled guilty to five felonies this week and is expected to spend five to 20 years in prison. He forged documents to get both a medical doctor and nurse license from the state, and operated out of both an apartment in Berrien Springs and an office in Niles. The guilty plea prevents what Attorney General Bill Schuette expected would be a long trial. Michigan State Police and Niles Police were both investigating Mosimbwa at the same time, independent of each other. Mosimbwa will be deported to Malawi in Africa when his sentence is complete.
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