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Two Northern California Doctors Face Sentencing in April 2018 After Being Convicted by Jury of Health Care Fraud After 8 Week Trial for Billing for Unperformed Services, Unseen Patients and Other False Billing Statements

Years ago, health care fraud cases would only be brought in extreme cases for ghost billing or outrageous conduct. We are seeing cases involving upcoding the office visit, not adding a physician to the group or not dropping the physician … Continue reading

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Professional Racecar Driver, Convicted of Payday Lending Fraud in New York, Now Faces Tax Charges in Kansas Along With His Accountant

Barely two months after being convicted of running a billion dollar illegal payday lending enterprise, professional racecar driver Scott Tucker was indicted today by a grand jury on federal charges of failing to report millions in income from that business. … Continue reading

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California Appellate Court Decision Denies Prop 36 To People Convicted Of Bringing Drugs Into Jail Or Prison

A recent decision by a California appellate court (First Appellate District, Division One) says that people convicted of bringing drugs into jail or prison may not enter a drug treatment program through Proposition 36. As background, Proposition 36, the Substance … Continue reading

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German prosecutors appeal release of convicted Nazi death camp guard Demjanjuk

[JURIST] German prosecutors said Monday they are appealing a German court’s decision to release Nazi death camp guard John Demjanjuk [NNDB profile; JURIST news archive] after he was convicted [JURIST report] of helping murder thousands during the Holocaust. Last Thursday, … Continue reading

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Owners, Managers, Employees & Patient Recruiter of Los Angeles Durable Medical Supply Business Convicted Of Health Care Fraud

One Los Angeles medical supply company that was billing Medicare for power wheelchairs has resulted in six arrests and convictions. Five were convicted by plea agreement and one defendant went to trial and was convicted. Not everyone has been sentenced … Continue reading

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