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Mistrial Declared in Noel Gage Trial

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A mistrial has been declared in the Noel Gage trial after jurors failed to reach a unanimous verdict. There will be a retrial.

"The government is very confident in its case against the defendant and looks forward to a retrial," said Nevada U.S. Attorney Gregory Brower.

Gage is accused of conspiring with self-proclaimed medical consultant Howard Awand and local surgeons to boost medical costs and lawsuit settlements. The network is alleged to have protected doctors from medical malpractice lawsuits and shared millions of dollars in kickbacks.

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