Lawrence Tyler, 41, has been convicted of conspiracy to commit health care fraud, seven counts of health care fraud and one count of money laundering, announced Attorney Kenneth Magidson. The verdict was returned just moments ago, following five days of trial and less than four hours of deliberation.
Tyler, of Humble, ran a durable medical equipment company called 1866-ICPayday.com from 2006 to 2008.
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