I have adjusted the tags on your question, as even though it was criminal, you need to retain a civil litigation attorney to sue the employer.
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You may have several kinds of claims for your damage. You should be able to get a free initial consultation with a lawyer without charge to discuss things. Look up my profile, and call for an appointment if you feel I can help you. In addition to misrepresenting things, they may also be guilty of negligent hiring, and other things.
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Yes, you should visit with a civil attorney and consider Deceptive Trade Practices Act violations.
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