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Criminal – Welfare Fraud – False Statement – Intent (access required)

A woman who gave her mother's Isle of Wight County address as her own when she applied for food stamps, even though the woman lived with her family in Newport News, has her conviction of welfare fraud affirmed. Appellant contends that a false statement as to her residence does not affect her eligibility for food stamps, ...

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