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Good evening. First, don't take the test. Second, before you do anything else or say anything else contact a criminal lawyer to get some advice. Anything you tell your lawyer will be confidential. If you cannot afford one, contact legal aid or talk to a criminal law professor at your nearest law school.
I hope this has given you the guidance you were seeking. I wish you the best of luck!
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These tests are not reliable and are not admissable. Getting terminated is worse than either taking the test or admitting this. You need to worry more about getting prosecuted than getting fired and before you do anything to compromise yourself from a criminal perspective, you need to get the advice of a criminal lawyer experienced in your locale.