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Heidary v. Superior Court (the People), 068607

Held that the superior court did not err in denying a motion to set aside an indictment. The defendant in this case alleging that medical clinics fraudulently billed insurance companies argued that the indictment failed to provide constitutionally adequate notice of the charges against him and also improperly aggregated multiple acts into single counts. Rejecting his arguments, the Fourth Appellate District held that there was no basis for issuing a writ of prohibition directing the indictment to be set aside.

Appellate Information

  • Decided
  • Published 2018/08/14

Judges

  • Ramirez

Court

  • California Court of Appeal

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