WASHINGTON — Two months after the Legal Services Corp. admitted a few regional offices overstated their workloads, government auditors found that the five largest offices also reported 75,000 cases they couldn’t document.

The Baltimore and New York City offices of the federal program, which provides free legal help to low-income Americans, reported twice as many legal cases as they should have, according to a General Accounting Office draft report released to lawmakers Friday.

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