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What should i do if suspected of foodstamp fraud beginning in the year 2007? and have been investigated.

Sacramento, CA |

i have been investigated along with my landlord, neighbors, my childs school, and the postal service and also the father of my child that theyre trying to prove that was in the household throughout the period of time that i was on foodstamp asisstance. in every residence that i astablished my sons father always recieved his mail due to the stabitlity and also stays in very close contact with his son., however we've tried several times living together and just couldnt seem to get along with one another for any legnth of time. when he did move back for any legnth of time i would wait for my quarterly report and would let my foodstamps be discontinued. when he wsnt living with me he would still remain in very close contact. we were still friends. investigator has stated to others in trouble

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This really needs to be reposted under another heading - suggest you try state law or criminal law, as it is not a social security question.

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If you are being investigated by a government agency, you need to stop posting about it in public forums such as AVVO, and contact a criminal defense attorney.

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