A Minnesota credit union's former chief executive officer (CEO) and president has been accused of stealing more than $2.5 million. She is therefore scheduled for an arraignment in late March on a felony charge of fraud. The arraignment will take place over five years following the credit union's financial collapse.
There are several laws governing you as a medical professional. Since you are involved in healthcare, you are probably familiar with the False Claims Act (FCA), which serves to protect the government from being provided poor-quality goods or services. In your field, you might deal with the FCA more as it relates to the illegality of knowingly submitting fraudulent claims for Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement.
A Minnesota Vikings player was recently accused of possessing marijuana in his home. He now faces a felony charge as a result. However, individuals who are accused of committing felonies are always presumed innocent until and unless their guilt can be proved in a court of law.