Evan Krinick (JIM LENNON)
The key ingredient in a criminal prosecution for insurance fraud typically is a false insurance claim filed by the defendant. Even clear proof of a false insurance claim and a criminal defendant’s guilt, however, does not necessarily mean that a criminal case will proceed uneventfully to a conviction, or withstand a defendant’s appeal. In some instances, a defendant who has filed a false insurance claim with intent to defraud an insurance company will file a motion before or after the verdict, or will appeal the verdict (or guilty plea), resulting in some rather interesting—and potentially legally significant—court decisions.
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