• Wednesday, August 17, 2022



    Fraud from inside and outside the courtroom - at adjustercom.net

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  • Applicants’ attorney Jon Woods is in jail in Orange County.  His sentencing is scheduled for Friday, August 26th, in Judge Donahue’s court.

    So, Southern California applicants’ attorney Jon Woods is in jail   He’s been there since August 1st 2022, the day the jury rendered its verdict.  So, today completes two weeks that he’s been incarcerated.

    He might still be at the Flower Street, Santa Ana, intake center, or he may have been transferred to the Theo Lacy facility. That’s where many Orange County inmates are housed, especially the white collar ones.

    So, exactly where Jon is being housed remains to be seen, but presently he is definitely somewhere in the Orange County jail system.

    Did Jon Woods deserve to go to jail, to be convicted of 37 felony counts of insurance related fraud, when Sim Hoffman, M.D., an Orange County based radiologist running a multi-specialty group was found not-guilty by a jury of his last remaining count on March 2, 2022?  This is a question worth exploring.

    Jon Woods’ first trial ended in a mistrial on April 17, 2019.  This jury was said to have changed their minds and shifted their views back and forth throughout the course of the trial.  By the end, they couldn’t come together with a unanimous verdict.  One juror told this writer that he couldn’t see Jon Woods as intending to take on any incentive.  He saw no... Read More

    The trial for applicants’ attorney Jon Woods in Orange County: a verdict has been reached.

    It was just around 11 am this morning, August 1, 2022.  And the court, which was in court room C-40 in Santa Ana Orange County Superior Court, of the honorable Patrick Donahue, announced the jury had reached a verdict in applicants’... Read More

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    Jury deliberates in Jon Woods’ second trial in Santa Ana

    The jury went into deliberations on Thursday, July 28th 2022 in the late morning of applicants’ attorney Jon Woods’ trial in Santa Ana, Orange County Superior Court.  The jury will reconvene to further deliberate on Monday, August 1st at 9:30 am.  This is the second trial for Jon Woods.  His first trial resulted in a... Read More
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    Defense counsel, Richard Wynn, gives closing argument in applicants’ attorney Jon Woods’ trial in Orange County.

    Richard Wynn was wearing his vibrant, electric lime green shirt, the same one he wore three years and three months ago during the first trial.  The one that ended in a mistrial. He stepped up to the podium.  He looked up, facing the jury, and told them they didn’t need to rely on circumstantial evidence. ... Read More
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    Prosecution gives closing argument in applicant’s attorney Jon Woods’ second trial.

    Deputy district attorney Noorul Hasan stepped up to the podium the bailiff put in place for her on Tuesday afternoon. It was the beginning of her closing argument. It was July 26, 2022. This was the second trial of applicants’ attorney Jon Woods in the Santa Ana Orange County Superior Court. It was in court... Read More

    The verdict came in. Not Guilty!  Finally, after almost 11 years of prosecution, Sim Hoffman, M.D., appeared emotional and glassy eyed. 

    After the closing arguments from the prosecution, and then the defense, and then the prosecution even again in a rebuttal argument, Judge Richard King gave some final words to the court room.  The jury then filed out of the court room, in the same manner as they had many times. They went into the jury... Read More

    The 1118.1 motion ruling in the Sim Hoffman, M.D. trial.  More precipitous cascading flowed down the abyss to one remaining count

    Judge Richard King now took to his vast wooden bench in the wood-laden court room of C-45 interlaid with its deep, blue-flecked and comfortable audience seats in the Santa Ana Superior Court.  Considering all the evidence, he now read his written ruling. The Sleep Lab For the claims from the sleep labs for the polysomnographies... Read More

    The Sim Hoffman, M.D. four-month trial cascaded counts down the abyss to the bitter end

    The indictment against Sim Hoffman, M.D. by the Orange County District Attorney came down on May 11, 2011.  It was for 884 counts of workers’ compensation insurance billing fraud, a massive quantity.  This many counts are pretty much unheard of in a criminal charging document.  It all came to an end on March 2nd 2022... Read More
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