Justices Won't Touch Conviction In $80M Fraud Case
Law360 (June 22, 2020, 6:50 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Supreme Court said Monday it won't review a D.C. Circuit decision affirming a Maryland woman's conviction on charges of health care fraud and money laundering, despite her argument that her case was wrongly dragged out.
The high court denied a petition from Florence Bikundi, who, along with her husband Michael D. Bikundi Sr., was accused of submitting $80 million in bogus home health services claims.
That petition – which was only filed by Florence Bikundi – asked the justices to review the D.C. Circuit's affirmation of her conviction and sentencing. Justice Brett Kavanaugh didn't take part in the decision to...
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