Before you make any admission regarding the alleged "intentional violation", I believe that you should consult with an attorney. In Missouri, obtaining public aid by means of false statement or concealment may be charged as stealing. Because this is a serious charge, before making any admissions concerning the allegations, you should speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney and have him or her review whatever letters you received about the possible violation.
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