Trial for former Guam Medical Transport owners rescheduledWritten by Donna De Jesus
Guam - The trial date for the former owners and employees of Guam Medical Transport who were allegedly involved in health care fraud has been pushed back.
Clifford Shoemake, his son Nicholas Shoemake, and their business partner, Kimberly Casey Conner, were indicted on 44 counts of conspiracy and money laundering for allegedly falsifying Medicare claims in order to defraud the federal government out of millions of dollars. Thelma Joiner was recently added to the case for obstruction of criminal investigations of healthcare offenses.
The trial was originally scheduled for May, but attorney Louie Yanza explained to the court that the over 200,000 pages of discovery prepared by Behind the Gavel, a litigation support services provider, won't be ready until mid- to late-April. Yanza has requested for four to five months to prepare for trial.
The new trial date is tentatively scheduled for August 29 at 10 a.m.
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