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Blog Posts in December, 2009

Last week, a Miami psychologist entered a guilty plea to the charges of manslaughter and trafficking in oxycodone. The criminal information alleges that Adam Feder failed to call 911 after his girl...

Posted on Dec 31, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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The federal government is yet again on the crusade to put an end to Miami Medicare fraud. Medicare has ceased paying a Miami doctor who purportedly wrote 97,000 prescriptions to Medicaid patients o...

Posted on Dec 30, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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Miami and South Florida lead the country in the number of "Ponzi" schemes uncovered in 2009. However, reports of organized schemes to defraud have popped up from coast to coast. In 2009, about 150 ...

Posted on Dec 29, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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Miami judges have been put on notice by Florida's Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee that listing lawyers on their list of friends via social networks on the internet is now deemed to be inappropri...

Posted on Dec 28, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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A Miami man is set to appear for sentencing in federal court for one of the largest credit card fraud and identity theft cases in the country's history. Albert Gonzalez is charged with stealing in ...

Posted on Dec 24, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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The Miami criminal lawyers representing two former employees of alleged "Ponzi" artist Allen Stanford requested dismissals from a judge in federal court. Tom Raffanello and Bruce Perraud...

Posted on Dec 23, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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Federal authorities have fulfilled their promise and have now arrested 30 individuals as part of a Medicare fraud investigation. As of December 15, 2009, only a handful of arrests had been effectua...

Posted on Dec 22, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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Marijuana trafficking has apparently become a family affair in South Florida. The family in question operated a sophisticated scheme in which they were able to obtain 18 homes in Ft. Pierce, St. Lu...

Posted on Dec 21, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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The South Florida lawyer who allegedly committed a $1.2 billion fraud has not entered into a plea agreement at this juncture in his case. Although a federal prosecutor told a judge in a Ft. Lauderd...

Posted on Dec 17, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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A popular reggae star will appear in a Miami federal court at a scheduled bond hearing to determine whether he will be granted pre-trial release. A federal magistrate will decide Buju Banton's fate...

Posted on Dec 16, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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A Miami resident was arrested by federal authorities as part of a larger law enforcement investigation encompassing 3 states. The agents anticipate making over 30 arrests in Miami, New York and Det...

Posted on Dec 15, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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A former Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) entered a guilty plea to several federal offenses. Richard Padilla Cramer will return to court in Miami on February 18, 2010 where he is facing up...

Posted on Dec 14, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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Miami Medicare fraud cases have skyrocketed alongside the rising unemployment in South Florida and the United States. Miami criminal lawyers have more than enough Medicare fraud cases to...

Posted on Dec 10, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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A Miami pastor began his trial this week in an effort to be acquitted of theft and fraud charges. The Reverend Gaston Smith sat with his Miami criminal lawyer as opening statements were presented t...

Posted on Dec 09, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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