Someone gave permission to withdraw money now they pressing charges,can I get in trouble
1 Answer from Attorneys
If they are pressing charges, then that is trouble you can get into. The question is going to be how to get out of it. You need to speak to an attorney about the circumstances, and to be getting together any evidence regarding the permission you were granted and get statements from any witnesses to this permission. The police may just presume that the withdrawals were illegal. You need to work on overcoming that presumption. You would no have the burden at trial, but need to be proactive now.
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