While Bloomington psychologist Albert Fink’s career effectively ended when his professional license was revoked last month, the ongoing impact of Dr. Fink falsifying a mental exam in a criminal case did not.
At least one alleged crime that happened after Fink’s conviction last year could cause an issue for the court system.
There’s an update in a case WNIN News has been following for the past year and a half.
More than forty-four years after it was issued, Bloomington psychologist Albert Fink’s license to practice psychology in Indiana could be revoked at a hearing later this month.
Following his felony conviction last year for falsifying a mental evaluation in a Vanderburgh County criminal case, the Indiana Attorney General has now filed an administrative complaint with the Indiana Psychology Board. The complaint asks for punishment that could cost Fink his license.
An investigation that began with a bizarre crash and confession prompts action and change in the Indiana court system. In the next phase, a stonewalling bureaucracy and another potential pool of victims that numbers in the thousands.