A man in Minnesota recently admitted that he had committed several armed robberies. He will receive a prison sentence for some of these felonies in July. The 18-year-old man will be sentenced to five years and 10 months behind bars.
Fraud is a form of white collar crime that has nearly countless types and methods. In the healthcare industry, however, these allegations can be troublesome as there are stacks of documentation and numerous departments that need to be investigated and thoroughly defended through the legal process.
Being taken into custody for fraudulent activity in Minnesota can understandably be unsettling. Fortunately, those accused of fraud have the right to defend themselves vigorously in criminal court. Several types of fraud charges are possible, with one of them being insurance fraud.
If you drive south of Minneapolis for about an hour and a half, you'll come to Blooming Prairie. The small southern Minnesota town has a population of about 2,000, but it has received outsized attention in recent days.