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Feds Move to Revoke Release for Attorney Charged in Kickback Case

By Greg Jones (Deputy Editor)

Monday, October 2, 2017 | 3129 | 0 | 37 min read

Federal prosecutors in Southern California are seeking to lock up San Clemente attorney Lee Mathis, whom they accuse of pocketing the proceeds from court-approved collection activities while he was on bond pending trial in a kickback scheme. Mathis has been out on bond since 2014, when a federal grand jury filed an indictment charging that he and a business partner paid a chiropractor $100 for each workers' compensation applicant that they referred for treatment at a company Mathis co-owned called Foremost Shockwave Solutions.  But federal agents arrested him in July ...

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