Workers` comp fraud case ends with imprisonment
Published: November 23,1998
Pascagoula – Perjury is a serious offense, according to U.S. District Court Judge David Bramlette. Bramlette recently sentenced a former Ingalls Shipbuilding employee to four months in federal prison for lying in a deposition about an alleged job-related injury at Ingalls.
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