If you have been falsely accused of stealing on the job, your best defense is to hire an attorney now for pre-charge legal representation. If you are absolutely innocent, it may be to your advantage to fully cooperate with the police investigation. By giving a statement to the police and consenting to a search of your home, you will be demonstrating your innocence. You may also want to consider offering to submit to a polygraph test. A negative test result could put the case to rest permanently. If the police investigation comes up empty with no admission of guilt and no evidence of the crime, the case may not be referred to a prosecutor for criminal charges. That's why you need pre-charge legal representation.
If you or someone you know has been falsely accused of stealing on the job, you will need an experienced theft defense attorney to defend your freedom and reputation. Call theft defense attorney Robert J. Shane for a free phone consultation at (612) 339-1024 or visit his website for more information on theft defenses at www.criminallawyerminnesota.com.