Alabama doctor's license revoked amid voyeurism accusations
A Birmingham doctor has had his license revoked after being arrested last year for voyeurism.
The Alabama Medical Licensure Commission stripped Paul D. Roller of his right to practice medicine on Thursday.
Roller was arrested in July 2020 on two countys of aggravated criminal surveillance for "allegedly observing to attempting to observe one or more women in their homes without their consent."
Roller, who specialized in geriatric medicine, denied the allegations but agreed to the revocation of his license and to never seek its reinstatement to practice in Alabama.