What Is The Penalty For Making A False Statement?

Under Ohio law, an applicant will be disqualified if he/she has “knowingly and willfully misrepresented material facts with the intent to receive benefits.” The law also provides for fines or imprisonment (or both) for obtaining benefits to which an applicant is not entitled.

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