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Billing practices that could lead to health care fraud charges

Health care providers with private practices in Georgia may encounter many situations where failing to follow proper procedure when it comes to billing could land them in hot water. In fact, as Cornell Law School's Legal Information Institute explains that certain actions could be health care fraud

Could legal computer actions be criminalized?

While they hardly ever garner headlines, the prosecution of computer crimes has grown exponentially over the past five years. This should not be surprising considering how online commerce has revolutionized the way we do business in the United States and across the world. Because of this, so many more computers are connected through the Internet, and so many more potential victims are at risk.

White collar offenses and your career

When white collar crime charges surface, the situation must be looked at from a number of angles. Aside from carefully going over the details involved in the alleged incident, someone facing these charges should be aware of just how disruptive a negative outcome in court could be. In fact, simply being charged with a white collar offense can be disastrous with respect to one's career and their reputation in the workplace and their local community. As a result, these charges must be handled properly, since many people have had their lives thrown completely off-course, even when the charges were untrue, in some cases.

Handling false online crime allegations

People are falsely accused of many different types of offenses for a wide variety of reasons, whether they have a former partner who wants to exact revenge or someone mistakenly believes that they were responsible for a crime. In the digital era, some of these false accusations arise and involve online crimes. There are a wide variety of offenses involving computers and the internet that people may face, whether they involve pornography, bullying, or are financial in nature. Unfortunately, these charges can bring devastating consequences for those who have found themselves in this position, even if they never committed a crime in the first place.

Destroying public mailboxes and other federal offenses

If you have been accused of destroying a public mailbox, you may be unsure of what to do next. While some may assume that these charges are relatively insignificant, harsh consequences may follow. Moreover, there are many other types of federal offense charges that people find themselves facing, which also carry serious ramifications. If you have been accused of public mailbox destruction or any other federal offense, it is pivotal to go over your legal rights and carefully evaluate your different options.

What to know if you are accused of Medicare fraud

The Department of Justice states that health care fraud costs the country tens of billions of dollars every year. With so much money at stake, it is no surprise Medicare fraud cases are drawing increased attention from the government. Medicare fraud is a federal crime, and the government has a large budget to pursue individuals accused of fraud.

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