I am an accounting clerk that is being invested for embezzlement of over $100,000.00. Monies were put into my wife's account by the CFO of the company which knew about the scam. Should I confess to the crime if I'm arrested and tell them the details of the crime that the CFO used her authority to assist with the embezzlement. If so, would I get some time cut off my sentence if doing so since she was the one that actually initiated and deposited the monies into my wife's account.
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