They are trying to say that i stole the money however, i did not take any money. there are no cameras or proof of me taking anything and i am willing to take a polygraph to clear my name
They can fire you for almost any reason or no reason at all regardless as to the truth. On the criminal side, sounds like They can allege a crime but not prove it beyond speculation. Regardless as to your innocence you should be speaking confidentially with a lawyer here in Miami.
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You are accused of a serious offense which can ruin your life.
Before you do something foolish hire a lawyer. A relatively small amount of money spent now can save a LOT of money later
If you want to try to nip this in the bud then hire a local criminal defense lawyer now, but it's not likely to go away on it's own.
You can offer up any explanation that you's like online (not that I would encourage or advise you to do so, but you can) but doing so won't get you a millimeter closer to getting out from under your real-world problem. What will, however (in fact the only thing that will), is to retain a skilled and experienced 305 area criminal defense litigator. Tell someone with knowledge and training your tale of woe and let her / him assist you in piecing together a viable defense. Lack of evidence is a good start, but it isn't everything (plenty of folks are sitting in state prison or local jail without any physical evidence of their crime and based on the credibility of the State's complaining witness).
My advise: Get offline and into a skilled and experienced Miami area criminal defense lawyer's office. Use the "Find a Lawyer" feature on AVVO to locate proximate lawyers, make an appointment, show up on time, bring whatever evidence, documents or witnesses that you may have, engage in a meaningful face-to-face consultation and get yourself some advise which is legally sound and has been custom tailored as possible to meet your specific reasonable needs in your unique case.
I hope that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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