Defendant freed from prison in Medicaid fraud conviction Defendant freed from prison in Medicaid fraud conviction
A Florida man convicted in 2006 in a massive Medicaid fraud case left custody in April after a federal appeals court threw out 53... Defendant freed from prison in Medicaid fraud conviction

A Florida man convicted in 2006 in a massive Medicaid fraud case left custody in April after a federal appeals court threw out 53 racketeering counts – but let stand the remaining 194 counts – because of what it said were improper communications by the judge with jurors during deliberations.

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