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Fraudster Who Married Prosecutor Can't Get Conviction Vacated

Monday, September 27, 2021 | 1

A California appellate court ruled that a workers’ compensation fraudster who later married the prosecutor from her trial was not entitled to have her conviction vacated. Case: People v. Marugg, No. D076618, 09/23/2021, unpublished. Facts and procedural history: In June 2002, Kim Marugg was married to Jose Luis Alvarez. They were charged with 24 counts of insurance and tax fraud. The charges all related to misrepresentations the couple made regarding the payroll of the construction company they operated. Marugg — who was then Kim Alvarez — pleaded guilty to one m...

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