§ 3381 False statements of employees; jurisdiction; penalty.
(a) Whoever makes a false statement or representation knowing it to be false or knowingly fails to disclose a material fact, to obtain or increase any benefit for that person's own or for any other person, shall be fined not less than $23 nor more than $57.50 or imprisoned not more than 60 days, or both. Each false statement or representation or failure to disclose a material fact shall constitute a separate offense. In cases where any person has obtained money from the Department by reason of such false statement or representation, made knowingly, that person is guilty of obtaining money under false pretenses.
(b) Justices of the peace of this State shall have jurisdiction to hear and determine cases in which the accused shall be charged with violating this section or with obtaining money under false pretenses by reason of such violation, but the jurisdiction of a justice of the peace shall be limited to cases in which the accused is a resident of the hundred in which the justice of the peace has the justice's office or in a hundred immediately adjacent thereto. Nothing in this section herein contained shall affect the rights of the Department as set forth in §§ 3317-3325 and 3357-3365 of this title.
§ 3382 Violations by employing units; penalties.
Any employing unit or any officer or agent of an employing unit or any other person who makes a false statement or representation knowing it to be false or who knowingly fails to disclose a material fact to prevent or reduce the payment of benefits to any individual entitled thereto or to avoid becoming or remaining subject hereto or to avoid or reduce any assessment or other payment required from an employing unit under this chapter or who wilfully fails or refuses to make any such assessments or other payment or to furnish any reports required hereunder or to produce or permit the inspection or copying of records as required hereunder shall be fined not less than $23 nor more than $230 or imprisoned not more than 60 days, or both. Each such false statement or representation or failure to disclose a material fact and each day of such failure or refusal shall constitute a separate offense.
§ 3383 Violations of orders, rules or regulations; penalties.
Whoever wilfully violates this chapter or any order, rule or regulation thereunder, the violation of which is made unlawful or the observance of which is required under the terms of this chapter, and for which a penalty is neither prescribed herein nor provided by any other applicable statute shall be fined not less than $23 nor more than $230 or imprisoned not more than 60 days, or both. Each day such violation continues shall be deemed to be a separate offense.
§ 3384 Receipt of benefits by misrepresentation.
Whoever, by reason of the nondisclosure or misrepresentation by that person or by another of a material fact (irrespective of whether such nondisclosure or misrepresentation was known or fraudulent), has received any sum as benefits under this chapter while any conditions for the receipt of benefits imposed by this chapter were not fulfilled in that person's case or while that person was disqualified from receiving benefits shall, in the discretion of the Department, either be liable to have such sum deducted from any future benefits payable to that person under this chapter or shall be liable to repay to the Department for the Unemployment Compensation Fund a sum equal to the amount so received by that person, and such sum shall be collectible in the manner provided in § 3358 of this title for the collection of past-due assessments, or shall be liable to have such sum collected by the Department as provided in § 545 of Title 30, § 6402 of the Federal Internal Revenue Code (26 U.S.C. § 6402), and § 303(m) of the Social Security Act (42 U.S.C. § 503(m)).