Newark woman gets 6 months in jail for presenting false documents to get job

TRENTON

— An Essex County woman has been sentenced to six months in jail for presenting false documents when she applied for a job as a home health aide, the state Attorney General’s Office said today.

As part of the sentence, handed down Friday, Bassey Justice Woodson, 50, of Newark must also serve one year of probation and 10 days community service, the office said in a news release. She pleaded guilty in November to falsifying government documents.

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Newark woman gets 6 months in jail for presenting false documents to get job

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3 Responses to “Newark woman gets 6 months in jail for presenting false documents to get job”

  1. Thelma Says:

    Well, it's good that government is on the job, but where are they when it comes to stopping thieving guardians?

  2. StandUp Says:

    Good!!

  3. Nancy Says:

    I agree – it's good she got caught and is going to suffer some punishment.

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