Thomas A. Burns, of counsel to Creed & Gowdy, won a $2.5m Medicare fraud conspiracy that went to a 10-day jury trial and then on appeal in the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. Thomas argued the case in April, and today was issued an opinion that reversed three of his client's convictions for insufficient evidence. Due to something called the "sentence-package doctrine," the 11th Circuit remanded for resentencing on the client's remaining counts. But, as a corollary of that doctrine, the district court will now be able to take into account any rehabilitation the client engaged in during her imprisonment. Read the entire opinion here.