Top 3 Major Types of Hospice Fraud

Author: Mariya Melkonyan | Published: December 15, 2021 | Category: Federal Crime

Hospice care is an essential service for those suffering from incurable illnesses or diseases. It provides comfort and cares for terminally ill patients and their families during the end of their life. Those who commit fraud or abuse against hospice patients or the hospice systems threaten the existence of hospice care. People accused of committing…

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What is California SB 775?

Author: Mariya Melkonyan | Published: November 30, 2021 | Category: California

In recent years, California has been reforming its criminal justice system to expand the legal rights of those convicted of crimes. Murder, attempted murder, and manslaughter are serious crimes with stiff penalties. People convicted of these crimes face life-altering consequences, including jail sentences and costly fines. In recent years, California has been reforming its criminal…

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DUI Deaths Related to Marijuana Usage

Author: Mariya Melkonyan | Published: October 4, 2021 | Category: Federal Crime

Can You Die from Using Marijuana? Deaths from marijuana can occur due to driving under the influence and traumas related to risky behavior. These are more likely outcomes than death due to intoxication or overdosing on the substance itself. While marijuana does have negative health consequences, the use of marijuana or cannabis alone is unlikely…

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Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan Fraud Case Defense

Author: Mariya Melkonyan | Published: July 14, 2021 | Category: Federal Crime

The outbreak of the COVID-19 virus in the United States has been a disaster for most businesses. Thousands have closed their doors permanently and smaller businesses are still struggling to stay afloat, with 44% of them having only three months left in their cash reserves. To cope with the crisis, the Small Business Administration (SBA)…

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Identity Theft Case: What is it, & How to Defend Yourself

Author: Mariya Melkonyan | Published: | Category: Federal Crime

Being charged with an identity theft case can have severe consequences, including having a criminal record, paying a fine, and receiving possible jail time. If you’re under investigation for identity theft or have been charged with an identity theft case in southern California, you need to hire a Los Angeles identity theft defense attorney. Identity…

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