Judge Bars Evidence Of Other Good Acts In Insurance Fraud Suit
Mealey's (September 28, 2016, 12:38 PM EDT) -- NEW ORLEANS — A federal judge in Louisiana on Sept. 26 granted a motion in limine filed by the government seeking to preclude defendants accused of health care fraud from introducing evidence related to good acts, holding that under Fifth Circuit case law, the evidence is irrelevant (United States of America .v Lisa Crinel, et al., No 15-61 Section “E,” E.D. La.; 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 131263).
(Opinion available. Document #20-161021-005Z.)
U.S. Judge Susie Morgan of the Eastern District of Louisiana also found that Federal Rules...