Criminal Law Questions? Ask a Criminal Lawyer.
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Probably not, but it depends on the situation. If you have a job where they required you to be fingerprinted, and you are already in the police's system, ie for a prior arrest, it's possible. But of if you just started recently, probably not, unless they follow you or put an investigator on the case. It's best to speak with a local attorney about turning yourself in to eliminate the possibility of being arrested at work. Please don't forget to rate me with four or more stars so that I may receive credit for helping you today. Good luck to you.
If you already confessed, maybe you can try working it out with the victim by reimbursing him before he presses charges. But you really should speak with a local attorney before you do anything. I hope this helps.
If he does press charges, you should get a lawyer. Just because you confessed doesn't mean you cannot beat the charge or get the charge amended or reduced.
It could take a few weeks for a warrant to be issued after he files the police report.
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