filed filed computer crime charges. company is no longer in business, nor qualifies for good standing in the state of kansas
Employment / Labor Attorney
If your employer is suing you for money, good corporate standing is generally required. You need to double-check with a lawyer in KS.
Anyone can file criminal charges, so get in touch with a criminal defense attorney.
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Criminal Defense Attorney
I think this belongs with Civil cases.
If you are talking about criminal charges the dissolution of the company will not prevent a conviction. The state files criminal charges, not the victim. The state can proceed with criminal charges and call the former employer as a witness against you. You need the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney if you are charged with a crime.
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