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Would You Hire a Lawyer Who Had Been Convicted of Murder?

This was essentially the headline of a recent New York Times article.   As a 19-year-old, the subject of the article had flown into a rage and killed a man who had picked him up the week before as a hitch … Continue reading

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Colorado Doctor Convicted Of Health Care Fraud and Obstruction of Justice. Admitted Shredding Patient Charts During the Investigation.

A recent health care fraud trial focused on patients' insurance being billed for procedures not performed or with extensive patterns of upcoding as well as obstruction of justice for shredding charts during the investigation. On April 18, 2019, Dr. John … Continue reading

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Chicago Approves $24 Million for Wrongfully Convicted “Englewood Four”

Eight years after being exonerated, three members of the "Englewood Four" will receive $24.25 million from Cook County. Read more detail on Recent Products Liability posts –

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Saying "Restitution Comes First," Judge Slashes Prison Sentences For Brothers Convicted Of Running Ponzi Scheme

"The longer you're incarcerated, the longer the victims go without any money…Restitution comes first."  – Ingham County Judge Rosemarie Aquilina A Michigan judge drastically reduced the sentences of twin brothers convicted of operating a multi-million dollar real estate Ponzi scheme, reasoning … Continue reading

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My Spouse was Recently Convicted, What Now?

The recent conviction of your spouse affects not just your relationship with each other as a couple, but also your marriage. This may be a difficult time for your family, especially if you have children who may or may not … Continue reading

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