Dr. Richard Davidson The United States Dept. of Justice says Dr. Richard Davidson of Delray Beach entered a guilty plea. He faces ten years in prison for medicare fraud.

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Davidson Sentenced To Six Years At Pensacola Federal Prison Camp.

Dr. Richard Davidson
Dr. David Richardson of Delray Beach is now incarcerated in federal prison.

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DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Richard Davidson, the Delray Beach Chiropractor who pleaded guilty to federal insurance fraud, has started his six-year sentence in federal prison.

His Seven Bridges home is now owned by the United States Government. “USA” became the owner of the $1,585,514 property in September of 2021.

Palm Beach County Property Appraiser data confirmIng the United States government has taken control of Richard Davidson’s home.

Davidson, according to the Bureau of Prisons, reported within the past several days to the Residential Re-Entry Office in Orlando, apparently on his way to the Federal Prison Camp in Pensacola, Florida. The prison camp is described as a “minimum-security federal prison camp”

Davidson pleaded guilty within weeks of a federal indictment in 2019 accusing him of filing nearly $11M in false Medicare claims. Davidson was required to repay the stolen funds as part of his sentencing agreement. The court entered a money judgment of $2.47 Million and a restitution demand of $10.72 Million. As part of the deal, Davidson turned over the house he lived in with his wife — and children — in West Delray Beach’s Seven Bridges.

Davidson’s sentence was on the lower end of federal guidelines. He cooperated with federal authorities almost immediately after the indictment was returned.

Read the complete sentencing terms, below.



Paul Saperstein


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