A woman will receive probation for Social Security fraud, OA Online reports.
The woman continued to take her mother’s Social Security benefits nearly five years after her mother died.
The woman received more than $50,000 in benefits. She is ordered to pay restitutions of more than $36,000 for the crime.
Do you think probation is suitable for someone who stole thousands of dollars in Social Security benefits? What do you think the minimum penalty should be?
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