What should I do if my previous employer is probably going to charge me with embezzlement of about $14,000?

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What should I do if my previous employer is probably going to charge me with embezzlement of about $14,000?

I haven’t been charged yet and I have no prior record. I have 2 children and I’m currently employed.

Asked on February 7, 2014 under Criminal Law, California

Answers:

Stan Helinski / McKinley Law Group

Answered 7 years ago | Contributor

Frankly, you need to get a lawyer.  I know I'm a lawyer, and it may seem that I'm self-promoting, but if you're prosecuted in a District Court, that's going to look very serious--and, unless handled correctly, you may be unemployable depending on your occupation.  


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