Former Chattanooga doctor will move back to India to avoid prison
Patel was arrested in September 2012 on two counts of attempted aggravated child molestation, two counts of attempted child molestation and two counts of violating Georgia's computer pornography law.
A former Chattanooga doctor charged with trying to sleep with children will not go to prison.
In a deal worked out last month between defense attorneys and prosecutors, Vikul Vinobhai Patel agreed to move back to India. In exchange, Lookout Mountain Judicial Circuit Assistant District Attorney Chris Arnt agreed not to prosecute Patel.
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