Young v. Commonwealth (U)

The trial court did not abuse its discretion by allowing testimony despite one material witness’s brief conversation with another, after they had been sequestered for the trial. The trial court also reasonably concluded that the appellant made false statements on the time sheets causing her employer to make fraudulent claims to Medicaid, leading to the appellant receiving money for more work than she rendered. Evidence supports the appellant’s Medicaid fraud convictions.


Young v. Commonwealth (U), No. 1744-17-1, Oct. 30, 2018. CAV (Annunziata) from Portsmouth (Melvin).

Categories: Court of Appeals of Virginia, Opinions, Unpublished


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