Michael Breczinski | Michael Breczinski
He can try. They are gone and you say you lost them. Were they all cash or are there checks that could be traced? If so maybe you could find out if someone found them and took advantage. Get a lawyer before talking to any police.
Answer Applies to: Michigan
Connell-Savela | Jason Savela
I have won this case before a jury. It sounds like you were supposed to make a deposit and did not. You did not because you lost the deposit. that is not theft, nor any crime, it is just a bad mistake. you can be charged, but it should be difficult to prove if the police come to talk with you, you do not have to talk with them - you should just say I want an attorney there is nothing you can tell them today that you cannot tell them tomorrow after speaking with me - besides, you already told the boss that you lost the deposit - you cannot tell the police any more.
Answer Applies to: Colorado
Lawrence Lewis | Lawrence Lewis, PC
Can you explain the line "lost four deposits but no proof"? No proof of what the four deposits that were lost. Obviously the company can contact clients and put together proof that checks were cut (and probably cashed) to the company that you used to work for. So, there will be proof of the deposits when you are charged with theft. So, I assume you mean no proof that they were not lost. If you are assigned to make the deposits and you did not make them, that is presumptive evidence that you stole them. Where did they go? When did you report the loss? Did you ever report it, or did your employer catch it? More presumptive evidence. I suggest that your retain an attorney, before you end up on jail on a case you (non-lawyer) think there is no proof.
Answer Applies to: Georgia