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    Matthew Rifat’s second trial for Blue Oak Medical pharmaceutical fraud set for February 6th 2023 in Riverside county

    The case of Matthew Rifat, relating to workers’ compensation claims pharmaceutical fraud, stemming from his work for Blue Oak Medical Group, a Dr. Munir Uwaydah entity, was heard Thursday, September 22nd 2022.  It was heard at 8:30 am in Department 43 of Robert Presley Hall of Justice in Riverside.  Judge Matthew Perantoni was the presiding... Read More
    Jon Woods, applicants' attorney

    Applicants’ attorney Jon Woods from jail:  “Insurance companies commit fraud.”

    In the minute Jon showed up and sat down behind the glass, I told him I merely stopped by to see how he was doing.  How he was holding up.  How he was coping being in jail. He’s been in jail since August 1, 2022, the day he was found guilty of 37 counts of... Read More

    Shannon Moore Devane, former executive director of Blue Oak Medical Group, and insider to Munir Uwaydah’s inner circle, was sentenced on Monday, August 29th 2022, to two years in prison suspended and placed on summary probation.

    Shannon Moore Devane, who worked for Dr. Munir Uwaydah on and off for almost two decades and was the executive director of Blue Oak Medical Group operating in the Inland Empire, was sentenced on Monday, August 29th 2022, in San Diego state court for billing fraud and conspiracy. It is speculated at this time, that... Read More
    Jon Woods, applicants' attorney

    Sentencing for applicants’ attorney Jon Woods trailed to October 21st 2022 in Orange County

    Orange County District Attorney prosecutor, Noorul Hasan, who prosecuted Jon Woods in the People vs Woods case this summer in Orange County in the Santa Ana Superior Court, announced yesterday that the sentencing for applicants’ attorney Woods has been continued to October 21, 2022. Woods was found guilty by a jury on August 1st 2022... Read More
    Dr. Hoffman leaves court on November 17th 2021

    The Sim Hoffman, M.D. trial.  The shock of the March 2nd not-guilty verdict.  And then the lack of shock at the same time. 

    The not-guilty verdict from the jury in the trial of Sim Hoffman, M.D. in Orange County Superior Court came forth on March 2, 2022.  It was a Wednesday.  It was not a shock, but at the same time it was a shock.  If that makes any sense. The reason it wasn’t shocking is because the... Read More
    Jon Woods, applicants' attorney

    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... Read More
    Jon Woods, applicants' attorney

    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’ attorney Jon Woods’ trial. This verdict came very fast.  The jury went into deliberations... Read More
    Jon Woods, applicants' attorney

    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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