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The Role of Attorneys in Probation & Parole Violations/0 Comments/in Blog /by Coumanis & York, PC
If you or someone you know is in need of a parole or drug crime attorney in Daphne, AL, you may want more information on defense attorneys and how they can help you. Preparing the Case Any legal matters can be complicated and full of a number of details. An attorney can help you unscramble […]
What Are the Differences between Theft, Robbery and Burglary?/0 Comments/in Blog /by Coumanis & York PC
If you or someone you know is charged with a crime, or even if you feel it’s your civic duty to learn about the laws of our country, you may be wondering about the difference between a few similar terms that involve taking something that doesn’t belong to you. A criminal defense attorney in Fairhope, […]
The Role of Family Court in Child Custody Cases/0 Comments/in Blog /by Coumanis & York PC
Family courts decide a range of domestic issues, such as divorce and child custody. Many people will hire a family lawyer in Daphne, AL, to try mediation instead of bringing the matter to court. Unfortunately, not everyone can reach an agreement this way, and so it becomes the responsibility of the family court to make […]
Landmark healthcare whistleblower case/0 Comments/in Press Media /by Coumanis & York, P.C.
MOBILE, Ala. – Coumanis & York, P.C., announces that two medical clinics affiliated with Mobile, Ala.-based Infirmary Health System Inc., and a physicians group, Diagnostic Physicians Group P.C., have agreed to pay the United States $24.5 million to resolve a lawsuit filed by the firm under the False Claims Act. The settlement is the largest […]
Stark Threat on Medicaid/0 Comments/in Press Media /by Coumanis & York, P.C.
Pending case will test whether states can be held liable for providers’ violations By Joe Carlson | August 10, 2013 From Modern Healthcare For 20 years, the CMS has not applied the federal ban on physician conflicts of interest known as the Stark law to Medicaid claims. It’s focused on Medicare only. But private whistle-blowers have begun pressing for clarity on […]
Cooperation lands drug courier in Texas-to-Mobile cocaine network big break/0 Comments/in Press Media /by Coumanis & York, P.C.
MOBILE, Alabama – A Texas resident who participated in a major cocaine smuggling operation got a big break today, winning a five-year prison sentence in a case that originally called for a minimum term of at least 20 years. Victor Lupo-Angulo pleaded guilty in January to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine. He agreed he was […]
Feds indict 8 on allegations involving fraudulent billing for hemophilia medication/0 Comments/in Press Media /by Coumanis & York, P.C.
MOBILE, Ala. — A federal grand jury has indicted the owners of a pair of specialty pharmacies on charges that they paid kickbacks to the owner of an Alabama company accused of placing fraudulent orders for expensive hemophilia medication. The 23-count indictment names 8 defendants and seeks a court order requiring them to forfeit some […]
Steroids defendant pleads not guilty; prosecutors seek removal of defense lawyers/0 Comments/in Press Media /by Coumanis & York, P.C.
MOBILE, Ala. — An alternative medicine practitioner pleaded not guilty last week to charges that he illegally sold anabolic steroids, while prosecutors sought to have his lawyers removed from the case. It was Jesse S. Haggard’s first appearance in Mobile since returning to the United States earlier this year. He was one of a dozen […]