People v. Bendovid

(California Court of Appeal) – Held that a man could not be committed as a mentally disordered offender under the California Penal Code because a statutory prerequisite was not met. He had not received at least 90 days of treatment for his severe mental disorder in the year before being paroled. Reversed the commitment order.

US v. Memar

(United States Seventh Circuit) – Affirmed a dermatologist’s criminal conviction on health care fraud charges, in a case that involved billing insurance companies for non-covered cosmetic surgical procedures by categorizing them as treatments of skin lesions.