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need advice urgently

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3-Sep-2010 11:21 am

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Simon Holborn

Simon Holborn

Location: East Yorkshire
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14-Feb-2013 6:44 am

Firstly obtain some advice from a criminal solicitor. spend the money to have a meeting and ask their advice as it is important
Second be careful about your employer and the NMC which i can help advise you on.As the police have told you to say nothing then I think you may be able rely on this but you risk any employer making an allegation that you did not tell them soon enough. I think that you should carefully consider disclosure of this fact as it may come back to haunt you later if the police issue a caution etc...
This is not easy and I can see your worries
simonholborn@me.com

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