You should meet with the local prosecutor. Good luck.
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You need to go to legal aide and possibly meet with fraud division at DA office .
Andrew Roberts (818) 597-0633/ (805) 496-7777
I agree with my colleagues. This is not a question for criminal law defense. However, you should discuss this matter with the DA. I would also bring declarations from your neighbors that state you never had anyone living with you in your home to their knowledge. Also, friends and family declarations too. You should also try to find an attorney who can sue the other attorney for you.