I lost my glasses and was too ashamed to tell the truth and one of my bosses said I need a doctor's note for work and I had one from an ER orginally so I copied it and just changed the date? how much trouble can I get in?
Obviously being fired, and arguably this may amount to some form of criminal forgery, especially when it involves falsification of hospital records. That stated, no one will believe you did this because you were ashamed because you lost your glasses, so be wary of pushing that narrative as its simply not credible and can make you look even worse.
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How much trouble can you get for forging another person signature especially that of a medical person? Apart from losing your job, your nice places to work in jails
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