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I'll start this off by saying this: NO, you will not be going to jail for this; rest your head easier tonight. I can't say the charges will be dropped but I can say there is a good chance they could be; I can guarantee you will not go to jail.
Why? Because you have a clear record and the charge you have been charged with is not serious enough to put someone with a clean record behind bars. Other factors that will work in your favor are the fact you have already paid all the monies you stole from the clients.
Often times people like you are able to enter a diversionary program that actually leads them out of the criminal justice system and into a probationary period of about one year. Your record has the chance to be expunged upon the completion of the probationary period. This is all considering you are a first time offender.
Ask your current attorney to apply you for the diversionary program and make it known (if you haven't already) that you have paid back everything you stole. This is the most important aspect.
You are in good shape. You did wrong, but it isn't something many other folks haven't done in desperation and it isn't something in which diversionary programs cannot take care of. You're not going to jail!
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