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what a mess in Georgia!

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denise0831

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Can this be handled from state I am residing in now, or will I have to go to Georgia, have a nice stay in jail, etc. while this gets thrown out. I have already spoken with several attorneys - all advising me to retain an attorney. I have been charged with theft by conversion, falsely, I have all contracts/agreements to verify there was no "theft" much less by conversion. I am not in Georgia, had to leave about 2 weeks before all of this came up in order to find a job because my company was out of business. Don't intend to file bankruptcy but may be unavoidable now. I get the impression that the only way to clear this up is for me to go to Georgia, etc. However, I have notarized documents, notes from diary (kept as records of phone calls, people spoken to, etc.)
And when this does get cleared up - motion to dismiss? - will I have to return to Georgia to sue this guy for false charges, etc? I am in limbo right now, trying to find employment and not sure whether I should go ahead and get a job or just turn myself in and let the DA and lawyers sort it out. I will be the guest of the County jail during the time it takes to sort out and I really wouldn't mind the rest... :) I am really frustrated.
 


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mary ray

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You'll need to be a bit more specific in explaining the circumstances.
 

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