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15-061 - USA v. Crinel et al
April 13, 2015
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ORDER AND REASONS denying 33 Motion to Compel the Government to Respond to Discovery Related to Defendants' Equal Protection Claim as to Lisa A. Crinel (1), PCAH, Inc. (19). Signed by Magistrate Judge Michael North on 4/12/2015. (lag)ORDER AND REASONS denying 33 Motion to Compel the Government to Respond to Discovery Related to Defendants' Equal Protection Claim as to Lisa A. Crinel (1), PCAH, Inc. (19). Signed by Magistrate Judge Michael North on 4/12/2015. (lag)
May 6, 2015
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ORDER granting in part and denying in part 221 Motion to Adopt Certain Motions as to Suprenia Washington (12). Washington may join the motions to sever and the motion to dismiss indictment but may not join the motion to suppress. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)
May 28, 2015
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ORDER AND REASONS re 27 Motion to Sever Counts as to Lisa A. Crinel (1); 207 Motion to Sever Counts as to Henry Evans (3); 231 Motion to Sever Counts as to Sheila Hopkins (16); and 230 Motion to Sever Counts as to Verinese Sutton (18). The motions to sever are GRANTED, and the BP Counts are hereby SEVERED from the indictment. The Court will address the effects of severance at the next status conference. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 27 Motion to Sever Counts as to Lisa A. Crinel (1); 207 Motion to Sever Counts as to Henry Evans (3); 231 Motion to Sever Counts as to Sheila Hopkins (16); and 230 Motion to Sever Counts as to Verinese Sutton (18). The motions to sever are GRANTED, and the BP Counts are hereby SEVERED from the indictment. The Court will address the effects of severance at the next status conference. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 27 Motion to Sever Counts as to Lisa A. Crinel (1); 207 Motion to Sever Counts as to Henry Evans (3); 231 Motion to Sever Counts as to Sheila Hopkins (16); and 230 Motion to Sever Counts as to Verinese Sutton (18). The motions to sever are GRANTED, and the BP Counts are hereby SEVERED from the indictment. The Court will address the effects of severance at the next status conference. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 27 Motion to Sever Counts as to Lisa A. Crinel (1); 207 Motion to Sever Counts as to Henry Evans (3); 231 Motion to Sever Counts as to Sheila Hopkins (16); and 230 Motion to Sever Counts as to Verinese Sutton (18). The motions to sever are GRANTED, and the BP Counts are hereby SEVERED from the indictment. The Court will address the effects of severance at the next status conference. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 27 Motion to Sever Counts as to Lisa A. Crinel (1); 207 Motion to Sever Counts as to Henry Evans (3); 231 Motion to Sever Counts as to Sheila Hopkins (16); and 230 Motion to Sever Counts as to Verinese Sutton (18). The motions to sever are GRANTED, and the BP Counts are hereby SEVERED from the indictment. The Court will address the effects of severance at the next status conference. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 27 Motion to Sever Counts as to Lisa A. Crinel (1); 207 Motion to Sever Counts as to Henry Evans (3); 231 Motion to Sever Counts as to Sheila Hopkins (16); and 230 Motion to Sever Counts as to Verinese Sutton (18). The motions to sever are GRANTED, and the BP Counts are hereby SEVERED from the indictment. The Court will address the effects of severance at the next status conference. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 27 Motion to Sever Counts as to Lisa A. Crinel (1); 207 Motion to Sever Counts as to Henry Evans (3); 231 Motion to Sever Counts as to Sheila Hopkins (16); and 230 Motion to Sever Counts as to Verinese Sutton (18). The motions to sever are GRANTED, and the BP Counts are hereby SEVERED from the indictment. The Court will address the effects of severance at the next status conference. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 27 Motion to Sever Counts as to Lisa A. Crinel (1); 207 Motion to Sever Counts as to Henry Evans (3); 231 Motion to Sever Counts as to Sheila Hopkins (16); and 230 Motion to Sever Counts as to Verinese Sutton (18). The motions to sever are GRANTED, and the BP Counts are hereby SEVERED from the indictment. The Court will address the effects of severance at the next status conference. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 27 Motion to Sever Counts as to Lisa A. Crinel (1); 207 Motion to Sever Counts as to Henry Evans (3); 231 Motion to Sever Counts as to Sheila Hopkins (16); and 230 Motion to Sever Counts as to Verinese Sutton (18). The motions to sever are GRANTED, and the BP Counts are hereby SEVERED from the indictment. The Court will address the effects of severance at the next status conference. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 27 Motion to Sever Counts as to Lisa A. Crinel (1); 207 Motion to Sever Counts as to Henry Evans (3); 231 Motion to Sever Counts as to Sheila Hopkins (16); and 230 Motion to Sever Counts as to Verinese Sutton (18). The motions to sever are GRANTED, and the BP Counts are hereby SEVERED from the indictment. The Court will address the effects of severance at the next status conference. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 27 Motion to Sever Counts as to Lisa A. Crinel (1); 207 Motion to Sever Counts as to Henry Evans (3); 231 Motion to Sever Counts as to Sheila Hopkins (16); and 230 Motion to Sever Counts as to Verinese Sutton (18). The motions to sever are GRANTED, and the BP Counts are hereby SEVERED from the indictment. The Court will address the effects of severance at the next status conference. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 27 Motion to Sever Counts as to Lisa A. Crinel (1); 207 Motion to Sever Counts as to Henry Evans (3); 231 Motion to Sever Counts as to Sheila Hopkins (16); and 230 Motion to Sever Counts as to Verinese Sutton (18). The motions to sever are GRANTED, and the BP Counts are hereby SEVERED from the indictment. The Court will address the effects of severance at the next status conference. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 27 Motion to Sever Counts as to Lisa A. Crinel (1); 207 Motion to Sever Counts as to Henry Evans (3); 231 Motion to Sever Counts as to Sheila Hopkins (16); and 230 Motion to Sever Counts as to Verinese Sutton (18). The motions to sever are GRANTED, and the BP Counts are hereby SEVERED from the indictment. The Court will address the effects of severance at the next status conference. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 27 Motion to Sever Counts as to Lisa A. Crinel (1); 207 Motion to Sever Counts as to Henry Evans (3); 231 Motion to Sever Counts as to Sheila Hopkins (16); and 230 Motion to Sever Counts as to Verinese Sutton (18). The motions to sever are GRANTED, and the BP Counts are hereby SEVERED from the indictment. The Court will address the effects of severance at the next status conference. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 27 Motion to Sever Counts as to Lisa A. Crinel (1); 207 Motion to Sever Counts as to Henry Evans (3); 231 Motion to Sever Counts as to Sheila Hopkins (16); and 230 Motion to Sever Counts as to Verinese Sutton (18). The motions to sever are GRANTED, and the BP Counts are hereby SEVERED from the indictment. The Court will address the effects of severance at the next status conference. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 27 Motion to Sever Counts as to Lisa A. Crinel (1); 207 Motion to Sever Counts as to Henry Evans (3); 231 Motion to Sever Counts as to Sheila Hopkins (16); and 230 Motion to Sever Counts as to Verinese Sutton (18). The motions to sever are GRANTED, and the BP Counts are hereby SEVERED from the indictment. The Court will address the effects of severance at the next status conference. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 27 Motion to Sever Counts as to Lisa A. Crinel (1); 207 Motion to Sever Counts as to Henry Evans (3); 231 Motion to Sever Counts as to Sheila Hopkins (16); and 230 Motion to Sever Counts as to Verinese Sutton (18). The motions to sever are GRANTED, and the BP Counts are hereby SEVERED from the indictment. The Court will address the effects of severance at the next status conference. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 27 Motion to Sever Counts as to Lisa A. Crinel (1); 207 Motion to Sever Counts as to Henry Evans (3); 231 Motion to Sever Counts as to Sheila Hopkins (16); and 230 Motion to Sever Counts as to Verinese Sutton (18). The motions to sever are GRANTED, and the BP Counts are hereby SEVERED from the indictment. The Court will address the effects of severance at the next status conference. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 27 Motion to Sever Counts as to Lisa A. Crinel (1); 207 Motion to Sever Counts as to Henry Evans (3); 231 Motion to Sever Counts as to Sheila Hopkins (16); and 230 Motion to Sever Counts as to Verinese Sutton (18). The motions to sever are GRANTED, and the BP Counts are hereby SEVERED from the indictment. The Court will address the effects of severance at the next status conference. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 27 Motion to Sever Counts as to Lisa A. Crinel (1); 207 Motion to Sever Counts as to Henry Evans (3); 231 Motion to Sever Counts as to Sheila Hopkins (16); and 230 Motion to Sever Counts as to Verinese Sutton (18). The motions to sever are GRANTED, and the BP Counts are hereby SEVERED from the indictment. The Court will address the effects of severance at the next status conference. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 27 Motion to Sever Counts as to Lisa A. Crinel (1); 207 Motion to Sever Counts as to Henry Evans (3); 231 Motion to Sever Counts as to Sheila Hopkins (16); and 230 Motion to Sever Counts as to Verinese Sutton (18). The motions to sever are GRANTED, and the BP Counts are hereby SEVERED from the indictment. The Court will address the effects of severance at the next status conference. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)
June 16, 2015
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ORDER AND REASONS denying 76 Motion to Dismiss as to Lisa A. Crinel (1), PCAH, Inc. (19). Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS denying 76 Motion to Dismiss as to Lisa A. Crinel (1), PCAH, Inc. (19). Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)
July 15, 2015
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ORDER AND REASONS granting 206 Motion to Disqualify Counsel. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)
July 28, 2015
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ORDER AND REASONS denying 26 Motion to Suppress as to Lisa A. Crinel (1) and PCAH, Inc. (19), as stated herein. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 7/28/2015. (tsf)ORDER AND REASONS denying 26 Motion to Suppress as to Lisa A. Crinel (1) and PCAH, Inc. (19), as stated herein. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 7/28/2015. (tsf)
August 27, 2015
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ORDER AND REASONS denying 319 Motion to Suppress as to Shelton Barnes (7). Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)
March 16, 2016
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ORDER AND REASONS DENYING 412 Motion to Compel as to Shelton Barnes (7), Caren Battaglia (15) subject to the agreements of the parties and the orders contained herein. Signed by Magistrate Judge Joseph C. Wilkinson, Jr on 3/16/2016. (my)(NEF:SM)ORDER AND REASONS DENYING 412 Motion to Compel as to Shelton Barnes (7), Caren Battaglia (15) subject to the agreements of the parties and the orders contained herein. Signed by Magistrate Judge Joseph C. Wilkinson, Jr on 3/16/2016. (my)(NEF:SM)
July 18, 2016
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ORDER AND REASONS denying 551 Motion to Sever and MOTION to Strike as to Paula Jones (6). Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)
September 26, 2016
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ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS granting 646 Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants' Introduction of "Good Acts". Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (bwn)
October 4, 2016
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ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)ORDER AND REASONS re 649 Motion to Compel. IT IS ORDERED that the Governments motion to compel Defendants to produce reciprocal discovery is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 10/3/2016. (bwn)
November 1, 2016
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ORDER AND REASONS. The Government's 702 Motion in Limine to Exclude Improper Evidence at Trial is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART as stated within document. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (gec)ORDER AND REASONS. The Government's 702 Motion in Limine to Exclude Improper Evidence at Trial is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART as stated within document. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (gec)ORDER AND REASONS. The Government's 702 Motion in Limine to Exclude Improper Evidence at Trial is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART as stated within document. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (gec)ORDER AND REASONS. The Government's 702 Motion in Limine to Exclude Improper Evidence at Trial is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART as stated within document. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (gec)ORDER AND REASONS. The Government's 702 Motion in Limine to Exclude Improper Evidence at Trial is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART as stated within document. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (gec)ORDER AND REASONS. The Government's 702 Motion in Limine to Exclude Improper Evidence at Trial is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART as stated within document. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (gec)
January 13, 2017
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ORDER AND REASONS granting in part and denying in part 844 Motion to Exclude Irrelevant and Prejudicial Evidence Produced by Paula Jones in Reciprocal Discovery as to Paula Jones (6). Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 1/12/2017. (bwn)
February 7, 2017
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ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).ORDER AND REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the if Defendant Evans testifies, the Government may question him on cross-examination about the 1986 Disciplinary Investigation for the purpose of challenging his character for truthfulness. Pursuant to Rule 608(b), the Government is required to accept Defendant Evans' answers and may not impeach him with extrinsic evidence. The Government, however, may not question Defendant Evans on cross-examination about the 2011 investigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Paula Jones' 793 Objections to the Government's 1006 Charts is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358279. The Government will be allowed to introduce Bates No. 358278. Pursuant to Rule 403 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Government may not introduce Bates No. 358277 in its current form, but may introduce a revised version of Bates No. 358277 as a summary exhibit so long as it does not include the sections of the table that aggregate the totals for each of the two time periods and does not state the difference in aggregate amount received between the two periods. The Government may not introduce Bates No. 351520 as it is not a Rule 1006 Summary Exhibit and is cumulative of evidence found in other exhibits. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Michael Jones' 795 Motion in Objection to the Government's Summary Evidence is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Government may introduce Bates No. 349727 as a summary exhibit because it is intrinsic to the charged conspiracy. If Defendant Michael Jones testifies that a higher percentage of his patients were referred to a home health agency other than Abide, the Government will be allowed to cross-examine him with respect to his or his wife's financial relationships with the other agency or agencies to which he referred patients. The Government may use a reformatted Bates No. 358276 as a pedagogical aid pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 611(a) so long as the patient migrations discussed are associated with patients specifically identified in the Governments September 21, 2016 list of patients. Signed by Judge Susie Morgan. (Attachments: # (1) Attachment 1, # (2) Attachment 2) (bwn) (Main Document 898 replaced on 2/9/2017 to correct footnote 91 on page 13) (tsf).
March 30, 2017
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ORDER AND REASONS denying 731 Motion to Exclude as to Michael Jones (5). Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 3/30/2017. (clc)
May 19, 2017
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ORDER AND REASONS denying Motion for Judgment of Acquittal as to Shelton Barnes (7). Signed by Judge Susie Morgan on 5/19/2017. (clc) Modified text on 5/25/2017 (clc).