The Supreme Court on Tuesday heard a case involving a Miami woman charged with Medicare fraud who claimed that the government seized assets unrelated to her alleged crime.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday heard a case involving a Miami woman charged with Medicare fraud who claimed that the government seized assets unrelated to her alleged crime. Tish Wells McClatchy
The Supreme Court on Tuesday heard a case involving a Miami woman charged with Medicare fraud who claimed that the government seized assets unrelated to her alleged crime. Tish Wells McClatchy

Supreme Court Medicare fraud case raises questions over seized assets

November 10, 2015 05:03 PM

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