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The trial comes after her guilty pleas in 2014 in the case were thrown out because she wasn't sworn in during court.Court records show she's set to go to trial on two counts of practicing medicine without a license and one count of aggravated assault.Today the defense, prosecutors and Noe Gonzalez, the judge in charge of this case, chose the people that will represent the jury in Nohmei “Mimi” Gonzalez’s trial.The woman was tracked down by the authorities when police started receiving tips from people."The community came together. It's not one to happen very often and the community united very, very quickly," Mc Allen Police Chief Victor Rodriguez said.The other wanted suspect’s name is Joseph Robert Nocar. Anyone with information about the robbery can call Mc Allen Crime Stoppers at 687-8477.The suspect reportedly walked in and handed tellers a note demanding cash.“I will say, I want to assure the community the FBI is fully committed to assisting not only the Mc Allen Police Department, but all other agencies in the Valley to keep our community safe,” Sam Miranda, FBI assistance special agent in charge, said.Investigators say she traveled through South Texas injecting people with fake Botox, which was actually liquid silicone.The 48-year-old from Brownsville was arrested in 2013 at a business operating as a spa.The Mc Allen police chief said they’re still on the hunt for one more person.Edinburg (KFXV) — Nohemi “Mimi” Gonzalez better known as “Lady Botox” here in the Rio Grande Valley — went before a judge today to start the jury selection process.

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