Ga. Justices Nix Abortion Doc's Challenge To Indictment

But ruling seems to allow doctors to say at trial they had no intent to defraud Medicaid

, Daily Report


The state's prosecution of abortion doctors for Medicaid fraud cleared a major hurdle on Monday, as the Georgia Supreme Court rejected a doctor's argument that the law on what abortion-related services he can charge to Medicaid is unconstitutionally vague.

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  • Auden L. Grumet, Esq.

    Sure sounds to me like the State is utilizing ridiculous bootstrapping arguments to achieve the goals of a religious, conservative AG. Why in the heck are we spending hard earned taxpayer dollars to maintain such an absurd prosecution? I think it is our AG's office, not the doctor, that is the problem.

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