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Dengue Surge in Singapore, Man Prosecuted for Breeding Mosquitoes

Singapore might be prosperous. But it is also draconian. Any presumed violation of the law brings in swift reaction. As the owner of a commercial fishing pond in Pasir Ris Drive 6, will have found by now. He is being prosecuted for breeding mosquitoes. The area is dubbed the number one ...

First Gay Man Prosecuted On the Charges of Infecting His Lover with HIV

Mark James, of Burgess Hill, West Sussex was prosecuted for intentionally infecting his live in lover with HIV and a warrant was issued to arrest him.// He failed to appear at court and the Judge Jonathan Lowen told Isleworth Crown Court that the 47-year-old businessman would be sentence in hi...

11 Year Old Attains Motherhood And The Teenage Boy Responsible For This Is Prosecuted

An eleven year old girl becomes pregnant because of having unprotected sex with a 15 year old boy. The boy is charged with rape keeping in mind the age of the girl//. The girl is from West Lothian and is now considered to become one of the UK's youngest mothers. She said that she was eager and lo...

Jury Convicts Los Angeles Physician Assistant for Stealing Doctor's Identity and Defrauding Medicare in $7.7 Million Scheme

...o-year prison sentence on the aggravated identity theft count, which must be served consecutive to the sentence on the fraud counts. The case was prosecuted by Trial Attorney Steven Kim of the Criminal Division's Fraud Section and Assistant U.S. Attorney Christopher K. Lui, with the investigative assistanc...

Miami Physician Sentenced to 97 Months in Prison for Role in $10 Million Medicare Fraud Scheme

...ced to 37 months in prison. Rodriguez's co-defendant Carmen del Cueto, a physician, is scheduled to be sentenced on Sept. 11, 2009. The case was prosecuted by Trial Attorney John K. Neal of the Criminal Division's Fraud Section and investigated by the HHS Office of the Inspector General and the FBI. The c...

Eight Miami-Area Residents Charged in $22 Million Medicare Fraud Scheme Involving Home Health Care Agencies

...beneficiaries divert millions of dollars away from the Medicare beneficiaries who truly need these critical services." The criminal case is being prosecuted by Trial Attorney N. Nathan Dimock and Deputy Chief Kirk Ogrosky of the Criminal Division's Fraud Section. The civil case is being handled by Assista...

International Medical Device Maker; Four Executives Charged in Connection With Unlawful Clinical Trials

...is case was investigated by the FDA, Office of Criminal Investigations; HHS Office of Inspector General (OIG); DCIS; and the VA OIG. The case is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorneys Mary E. Crawley, Gerald B. Sullivan, David J. Caputo, Laura A. Pawloski, Associate Chief Counsel, FDA Office of C...

Record-Breaking Internet Pharmacy Prosecution Nets Millions for Iowa Law Enforcement

...welve additional doctors entered into pretrial diversion agreements or were prosecuted in other districts using information gathered during the investigation. Ev...nuary 2009 to 6 months' probation and forfeited $29,209. This case was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorneys Stephanie M. Rose, Patrick J. Reinert,...

Four Miami-Area Residents Sentenced In $10 Million Medicare Fraud Scheme

...fraud at Midway. Rodriguez's sentencing is scheduled for June 29, 2009, and Del Cueto's has been scheduled for Sept. 11, 2009. The case is being prosecuted by Trial Attorney John K. Neal of the Criminal Division's Fraud Section. The FBI and the Department of Health and Human Services - Office of Inspector...

Abel Law Offices Introduces Free Web Resource for California Employers Navigating Workplace Laws

...h this blog as a vehicle for sharing some of the expertise I've acquired in my 26-year legal career," said Mr. Abel . Mr. Abel has successfully prosecuted and defended more than 500 bench and jury trials, arbitrations, mediations, and administrative proceedings, and has argued before the California Court...
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FDA Announces Results of Investigation Into Illegal Promotion of OxyContin by The Purdue Frederick Company, Inc.

...e drug as being less addictive, less subject to abuse, and less likely to cause tolerance and withdrawal than other pain medications. This case was prosecuted by the U. S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Virginia and investigated by FDA's Office of Criminal Investigations; the Internal Re...
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DHS Expands Biometrics-at-Sea Program to the Florida Straits

...ants, migrant smugglers and smuggling organizations." Since the program began in November 2006, it has collected biometric data from 1,513 migrants, prosecuted 118 of those migrants, and helped reduce the flow of illegal migration by nearly 50 percent. "As we expand use of this valuable tool, we are helping...

Body part by body part, Sumatran tigers are being sold into extinction

...d all intelligence be passed to the enforcement authorities for action. Those found guilty of trading in tigers and other protected wildlife should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. We have to deal with the trade. Currently we are facing many other crucial problems which, unfortunately, are causi...

Biometrics Help Identify, Apprehend and Deter Illegal Migrants

...-sea program has been a success and accomplished its intended goals. In its first 12 months, the program collected biometric data from 1,368 migrants, prosecuted 90 of those migrants, and helped reduce the flow of illegal migration by nearly 50 percent in the waters between Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republi...

DNA conclusive yet still controversial, Carnegie Mellon professor says

...n on Tuesday, April 25, during the Annual Symposia of the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C. Almost 28,000 cases nationwide have been prosecuted with help from the FBI's data bank of DNA profiles, while at least 170 people have seen their convictions overturned on appeal thanks to DNA evidence....
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VeraSun Energy Selects Valero as Successful Bidder for Seven Facilities

...possession financings and cash collateral orders; the Company's ability to obtain court approval with respect to motions in the chapter 11 proceedings prosecuted by the Company from time to time, including approval of motions relating to sale of the Company's assets; the ability of the Company to develop, prose...

Thomas K. Equels Elected to Hemispherx BioPharma, Inc. Board of Directors

... the FDIC for breach of contract involving a client's purchase of a national mortgage company owned by a failed savings and loan. -- prosecuted a bank fraud claim against an international lender, which resulted in a jury awarding $2.6 million damages for fraud and an order invali...

JAMA Commentary Opposes Criminal Punishment for HIV Exposure/Transmission

...h the chances that the officer was exposed to the virus were virtually zero. Some laws expressly include pregnant women, putting them at risk of being prosecuted for exposing their unborn infants to HIV. Anxiety about the negative effects of criminalization is growing, and opposition to it will be a prominent...

Cryolife Once Again Severely Maims an Innocent Knee Surgery Patient

...t less than 30 days later a teenager from Denver was catastrophically infected by diseased knee cadaver tissue. Over the years many lawsuits have been prosecuted across the United Stated, Europe, and other countries concerning unsafe cadaver processing practices. The recent victim Michael Hohenbery a farm e...

Four ways lawmakers could help Wisconsins high-growth economy

...acy of the 2005-2006 session of the Wisconsin Legislature wasn't formed on the Assembly or Senate floor, but in court, where a few former leaders were prosecuted for illegally using state resources for campaigns. Others might say this Legislature will be remembered for debating a steady diet of social issues, f...

I can tell you - you're my lawyer, right?

...rnal audit, 20.2 percent; and internal controls, 19.2 percent). If those people thought that they couldn't tell their employer - because they could be prosecuted - how many would open their mouths? When clients communicate with their lawyers, there are two protections that apply: the Attorney-Client Privileg...

Rockwell software thieves plead guilty

...rth of illegal copies of Rockwell Automation software will soon find out as they await sentencing after pleading guilty in the case. The men were prosecuted for illegally copying the software and selling it on the Internet auction site eBay at large discounts, according to an article in the Milwaukee Jo...
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