Federal prosecutors ask a judge to sentence Sam Solakyan to more than 15 years in prison for what he describes in court documents as the largest workers' compensation program in Southern California history. Solakyan. argued in court documents that a maximum sentence of six months would be appropriate, based on federal guidelines for sentencing.
A federal jury in July sentenced Mr. Solakyan for all 12 counts in a 2018 indictment – one case of conspiracy to commit honest and fraudulent postal services in healthcare, and 11 counts of fraud with honest postal fraud – alleged a system of submitting more than $ 250 million in bills for services procured through bribes and returns.
Mr. Solakyan, who was President and CEO of Vital Imaging Inc. in Glendale, is scheduled to be sentenced on Monday. Federal prosecutors, in a verdict filed Dec. 6, asked the U.S. District Court in Southern California to sentence him to 1
Solakyan, points to a period of imprisonment of up to six months according to federal penal guidelines. Prosecutors, however, demand improvements based on the total losses due to the order, the number of victims and other factors.
The biggest improvement is the result of allegations that the return system caused losses of more than $ 3.5 million.
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