Annie Dookhan, the former state chemist who has sparked a scandal that may undo thousands of drug convictions in Massachusetts, is scheduled to be arraigned in Boston Municipal Court today on charges of witness intimidation and falsifying her academic record, according to law enforcement officials familiar with the case. State Police assigned to Attorney General Martha Coakley’s office obtained the criminal complaints and an arrest warrant today and are expected to take Dookhan into custody at her home in Franklin, according to multiple law enforcement sources.
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