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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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Highlighting comments, commentary and consequences from state sentencing of mass molester Larry Nassar

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Mandatory Minimum Sentencing of Federal Drug Offenses

Mandatory Minimum Sentencing of Federal Drug Offenses – CRS report via FAS – Charles Doyle, Senior Specialist in American Public Law, January 11, 2018: “As a general rule, federal judges must impose a minimum term of imprisonment upon defendants convicted … Continue reading

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Virginia drug sentencing – Fairfax criminal lawyer weighs in

Virginia drug sentencing – Fairfax criminal lawyer weighs in Virginia drug sentencing involves dealing with a tough sentencing statute Virginia drug sentencing can involve stiff penalties. As a Fairfax criminal lawyer, I fight to win drug cases, and, for any sentencing, … Continue reading

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Blagojevich sentencing delayed indefinitely

[JURIST] A judge in the US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois [official website] on Monday indefinitely delayed the sentencing of former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich [personal website; JURIST news archive]. Blagojevich was scheduled to be sentenced on … Continue reading

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