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Thank you for this very informative information. I really appreciate it. It's really unfortunate how this all turned out, and with the email agreement I had with my former employer to lay me off, I had absolutely thought I was eligible to apply for UI based on those agreements. I understand I have the crap end of the stick , so I will at least plead to the judge the truth -- that I did not intentionally deceive and apply for UI benefits because of the misunderstanding based on the email exchange. It's a good thing I did not use any UI money, so they can take it all back. Thank you again, for your help!
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