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No Habeas for ‘Merger’ of Healthcare Fraud, Money Laundering (access required)

A chiropractor/practice management consultant convicted of health care fraud and money-laundering conspiracy cannot overturn his convictions on habeas review, based on a later-decided Supreme Court case that he says shows the government used the same transactions to support convictions for both healthcare fraud and money laundering. Ronald Halstead was convicted of both healthcare fraud under ...

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