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United States v. Haley

January 1, 2013

In March 2002, a federal grand jury returned a thirty-three page indictment alleging that nine persons had engaged in approximately seventy counts of misconduct. All of the allegations arose from the operation of three physical therapy clinics that billed the government for medical services provided by employees of the clinics. By November 2003, six of the original nine accused persons had pleaded guilty and entered into cooperation agreements with the government. We represented one of the remaining three defendants in a month-long federal criminal jury trial. Our client was a respected physician and long-time member of the Houston community. Our client was the only person acquitted of all charges by a jury.

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