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DC Circ. Affirms Convictions In $80M Health Care Fraud

Law360 (June 11, 2019, 11:21 PM EDT) -- The D.C. Circuit affirmed Tuesday the convictions of a Maryland couple on charges of health care fraud and money laundering, finding that last-minute evidence submitted by the government was ultimately deflated during cross-examination, with a concurring judge slamming prosecutors.

In a unanimous decision, the majority of the panel found that they need not address the claims by Michael D. Bikundi Sr. and his wife, Florence — who were accused of submitting $80 million in bogus home health services claims — that the government committed a so-called "Rule 16" violation by failing to disclose information from a report before the D.C. federal...

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June 17, 2016

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