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    Former applicants’ attorney Jon Woods on calendar for tomorrow, December 2, 2022, for bail hearing.

    The bail hearing for former applicants’ attorney Jon Woods, whose law firm was centered in Cypress, is still set for tomorrow morning in Orange County Superior Court.  Woods was found guilty by a jury on August 1, 2022 on 37 counts of workers’ compensation claims related fraud. He was convicted in the court room of... Read More
    Bill Fleming, left, with his client, Sim Hoffman, leave the preliminary hearing on September 2, 2015.

    Three fraud case defendants, Sim Hoffman, M.D., Jon Woods, applicants’ attorney, and Robert Slater, applicants’ attorney, didn’t get equal justice.

    In May of 2011, the Orange County District Attorney brought forth an Indictment against Sim Hoffman, M.D., a radiologist based in Buena Park, California.  It had 884 counts of workers’ compensation claims related fraud allegations.  Most of them were under LC 550 (a).  That’s a huge number of counts.  It may be unprecedented, as this... 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

    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

    Prosecutor Vince Marinaccio gives his final rebuttal argument in Sim Hoffman, M.D. trial. Tells the jury that well after Louis Santillan left, Dr. Hoffman had a new prescription that contained single fiber EMGs.

    Vincent Marinaccio, the prosecutor, is wearing a yellow tie.   This is his rebuttal closing argument.  The day is the afternoon of March 1st 2022. The prosecution gets to make a rebuttal argument because they have the burden of proof. Vincent Marinaccio:  I agree that he’s (Louis is) a thief and a total crook, and a... Read More
    Bill Fleming, left, with his client, Sim Hoffman, leave the preliminary hearing on September 2, 2015.

    Sim Hoffman defense counsel, Bill Fleming, finishes closing argument.  Finally.  He never lets up on Louis Santillan being a pathological liar.

    Defense counsel Bill Fleming just kept on going.  When he said he was long winded, he wasn’t kidding.  He went on and on.  He knew the intimate details of every lie told by Hoffman’s former collector Louis Santillan.  It was still the late morning of March 1, 2022.  Bill Fleming:  Now, it’s clear that the... Read More
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