$19,000 Employee Theft Charges Dismissed
On behalf of Randall & Stump, PLLC in on Friday, December 27, 2019
Not long ago, a female employee with a cash management company was caught in a very serious situation when she was accused of stealing more than $19,000. What made matters even worse for our client was that before contacting an attorney, she wrote an admission statement to her employer. Now, after essentially admitting to embezzlement, the woman was facing an almost assured conviction.
A theft conviction like this would not only have resulted in a long prison sentence, it would also limit her ability to find a good job after her release. However, based on our good working relationships with local prosecutors, our attorneys were able to secure a result that allowed her to avoid time in custody, pay restitution, and complete probation and community service. Once these terms are completed, the charges will be dismissed and her record will not be negatively impacted.
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