I can think of two options. 1. Hire a criminal defense attorney preindictment to help assure you are never charged. 2. Talk to an emoyment law attorney about the allegations and firing to determine what if any rights you have. Be careful not to discuss the facts in an open or public forum as anything you write could be used against you.
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Ms. Vonau's advice is sound. You should protect yourself, but do not share any more details here. Get an attorney asap, prefereably one with experience in or at least an appreciation for both criminal defense and employment law in Illinois. Good luck.
The response I have provided is general in nature, and does not create an attorney-client relationship. My practice is based in Rhode Island, and the law and practice in other states or jurisdictions may be different.
You should consult with a criminal defense attorney in the county where your employment was located, and refrain from speaking with any police or workplace investigators regarding the false accusations without counsel. Do not respond to any emails from your employer, and save all the emails you received. If in fact a police report has been made, you will not be able to access it during the investigation stage in any event. Finally, you may want to consult an employment attorney, particularly if no criminal charges are filed.