Accused Of Food Stamp Fraud?

In Oklahoma, it is illegal to fraudulently accept government assistance or in any way abuse state or federal assistance programs. Abuse of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) may result in up to $500 in fines and up to three months in prison for a misdemeanor charge resulting in $500 or less in abuse. For charges resulting from more than $500 in abuse, the penalties may be as much as $5,000 in fines, up to two years in prison and payment of restitution.

If you have been accused of food stamp fraud, the Norman food stamp fraud lawyers at Nichols Dixon will defend your rights and your freedom. Drew Nichols former prosecutors and have extensive trial experience as well as in-depth knowledge of the law and an understanding of how the "other side" works. They will work diligently to resolve your theft offense case quickly and with the best possible outcome.

Fraudulent Use Of Food Stamps

If you fraudulently declare an income that allows you to receive state and federal assistance of any kind or if you abuse assistance programs, such as exchanging SNAP benefits for cash, you may end up in a lot of trouble.

You are required by law to inform the government program in question of any changes in your financial status, such as whether you are employed and how much you are making.

Professional, Diligent Representation For Abuse Of State And Federal Assistance Programs

Our lawyers have experience defending individuals accused of food stamp fraud. We can do the same for you. Call us at 405-217-4118 or send us an email to speak to one of our attorneys about your situation.