This blog reviews the sentencing commission’s new JSIN database which allows attorneys to review national sentencing facts for particular criminal offenses.
This post looks at the promulgation of rules in the Medicare program and the types of claims targeted by federal investigative agencies.
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 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.
The guideline range is the starting point for sentencing a criminal defendant. However, there are multiple avenues at a defense attorneys disposal to argue for a sentence below the recommended range. This article examines the commonly used tactics to get the least severe sentence for a federal client.