No New Trial Needed In $374M Medicare Fraud, Gov't Says

Law360, New York (May 6, 2016, 7:55 PM EDT) -- Federal prosecutors on Friday urged a Texas federal court not to grant a new trial to a Dallas doctor and three home-care magnates convicted in a $374 million billing fraud ring, insisting that there was ample evidence of every element of the alleged crime.

Defendants Jacques Roy, a doctor and the principal of Medistat Group Associates PA, and Charity Eleda, Wilbert Veasey and Cynthia Stiger, owners of home care agencies, had all filed motions for a judgment of acquittal or a new trial. A jury convicted the four April 13 of helping bill Medicare and Medicaid more than $374 million, via...

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