Yes!!!! The intent of the interview is essentially to see if the interviewer can get you to agree with his opinion that you misappropriated funds.
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Yes. Whether or not the nursing home is trying to get you to admit to misappropriation of funds, it is best at this time to get an attorney, who you will probably have to pay some amount as a retainer fee and, then, by the hour, to go with you. He is a disinterested party and can probably help keep things on an even keel. Also, the nursing home will know that you are serious about getting the situation straightened out and, just as important, you have someone on your side in the event they are contemplating some sort of legal action against you. Stop it before it begins.
Do not cut any corners here. Get this stopped before it gets out of hand.
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Yes, you need some help with this. It may be different in TX, but in MT criminal charges are possible in this type of situation. If so, a lawyer is essential.
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