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Never plea to a crime you did not commit unless very unique circumstances exist. Immediately contact an experienced criminal defense attorney to assist you in navigating the process. A fraudulent charge often comes with a lack of evidence to produce at trial, and, although it isn't a guarantee, these types of cases are often dismissed short of trial. Very best of luck to you.
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No. You should never plea guilty to a criminal charge without proper advice from an attorney. I recommend that you consult and hire a criminal defense attorney to guide you through the process.