To all the people who have endured his wrath, I tell you this... Johnny Northside will be over and done with.
With the end of Johnny Northside, it leaves one question though...
The Oklahoma Board of Bar Examiners sent that information to their attorney who reviewed the documents and Hoff's application was investigated. The deposition consists of 225 pages of sworn testimony from John Hoff. The information contained in this post is found on pages 65-88. I did not want to post the entire 225-page document so, I took screen shots of the pages that contained testimony from Hoff that focused on his income and unemployment benefits.
The following information was copied from the Minnesota Unemployment Insurance website that covers fraud. Click HERE to go to their website.
Penalties for Committing Fraud
- Interest is added to any outstanding overpayment or penalty amount at a rate of 1.5% per month.
- An additional administrative penalty of ineligibility of up to 104 weeks may be assessed for false representation or concealment of facts.
- Some cases are prosecuted under Minnesota Statutes that provide for prosecution of felony theft which may include penalties of up to a $10,000 fine and/or 10 years in jail.