Medicare Fraud/ Health Care Fraud



In a recent case involving Medicare fraud that I am handling on appeal (United States v Roberts) involving health care fraud we are challenging the conviction of our client based upon comments made by counsel that offended the Court and jury concerning gays.

You should always be cognizant of trial issues which might arise during the course of a trial and this case illustrates just such a situation. The Eleventh Circuit will ultimately hear this issue and it illustrates why when a defendant elects to go to trial that unexpected issues may arise which may assist you client in the case you are handling for him.

To read articles posted on my blog relating to this legal topic, click the below links:

September 27, 2013: Two Miami Residents Indicted in Ongoing Medicare Fraud Investigation

June 27, 2013: WellCare Health Care Fraud Trial Delivers Mixed Verdicts

May 22, 2013: Florida Man Sentenced in Medicare Money-Laundering Operation

October 4, 2012: Medicare Fraud; Federal probe spotlights South Florida clinics

If you or someone close to you finds that you are under investigation or have been arrested for this crime, call me at the earliest moment at 954-928-0059. Make an appointment to meet with me at my office in Fort Lauderdale.

Don’t delay, the speedier response to the prosecution’s allegations the best chance of planning a successful defense with the intent of a positive outcome.
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