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So you were paying her more than minimum wage - but based on the housing income form where you said it was $14 an hour she sued you saying you owed her $1 more for each hour worked - is that a correct understanding?And you were not able to present the evidence that you paid her $13 an hour in wages and that the document you signed saying it was $14 an hour was fraudulent?
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Ok. Thank you. You can appeal since none of your evidence was admitted at this level. However, I suggest that when you present your evidence that you were only paying her $13 and hour and not $14 and thus you do not owe her anything at all - the question is then going to be did you commit Fraud by attesting to paying her $14 an hour ? That could bring criminal charges against you. So yes, while you can appeal, you need to be careful of the can of worms that could be opened.