VIC Charging process, length of time, summons etc

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lpt88

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22 March 2019
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I was questioned in relation to stealing from an employer 6 months ago (to the day). I was processed/finger prints etc but not charged, amount alleged was just under $120K, which I profusely denied being anywhere close to alleged amount.

I was informed I would likely receive a summons with charge (that would go through my lawyer).
We have yet to hear anything.

my question is, would this be considered a good or bad thing or neither?
seeing as my finger prints will now have been wiped from system, will I need to go back in to be processed etc.

If anyone has any advice on this matter, would be greatly appreciated.
 

Tony Danos

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Investigations in these cases usually take time. Often forensic accounting required so 6 month wait common. You will not need further processing. As you have a lawyer then he/she should know all of this.