A man accused of working as an administrator for Southern California companies that were referring patients to providers in exchange for kickbacks agreed to plead guilty to a single conspiracy charge. Miguel Morales on April 11 pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit honest services mail and wire fraud, according to court documents. He is scheduled to be sentenced July 10. The plea agreement is under seal. But a magistrate judge’s recommendation that the judge presiding over the case accept the plea agreement says Morales pleaded guilty to the first count in the indictment that was file...
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