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I know I am being investigated for an overpayment. I have not received a letter from the state yet,...?

Racine, WI |
Filed under: Criminal defense

I have 2 small children and feel I may have said too much already I want to avoid being charged and am more then willing to pay whatever the amount is. Should i retain an attorney now or after I recieve letter?

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Stop talking to any investigators. Call a local defense attorney and talk to them asap-most will give a free phone consultation. Now is better so they can help you try to explain away anything you have already said before you are charged (or work out a deferred agreement so you don't get charged)

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i contacted an attorney but he says theres not much he can do until i get a letter


Tajara makes good points. It is highly recommended that one consult with a criminal defense attorney.



I consulted with an attorney, he recommended that I wait until I receive a letter before attempting what he refferred to as "damage control".

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