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Welfare Fraud Conviction for Missing Restitution (access required)

Although defendant claims she was financially unable to pay the $50 per month restitution ordered under her plea agreement to welfare fraud, the Court of Appeals upholds the trial court’s decision convicting her of the fraud for failure to comply with her plea agreement. Defendant argues the trial court erred in convicting her of felony welfare ...

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