Part III analyzes the confusing nature of the Medicare billing system, and the mens rea for the government to prove wire fraud under Counts 2-18.
This second post analyzes the conflicting expert opinions in our case and the mens rea required to prove health care fraud in a medical judgment case.
This post analyzes the roles of the state and federal government in prosecuting possession of child porngraphy cases in the state of Texas.
This post provides the history and legal authority for the federal income tax under the United States Constitution.
This is the first post in a three part series analyzing the facts and law underlying a case where we received not guilty verdicts on 25 counts of health care fraud.