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Falsifying Documents and need some advice.


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I was written up by supervisor for a questionable situation, there were no witnesses to the allegations but the supervisor. Upon returning to work he handed me a write-up that he already signed, and questioned me about the allegation...I didn't have an answer because I didn't recall doing such a thing. He made me feel as if I had to sign and so I did. Later that day he asked me to write a statement on the document as to what happened regarding the "incident" after we both already signed off on it. About an hour later I really did not feel comfortable about the entire situation, and so decided to change my statement to "not admitting guilt".

I am the assistant manager & he is the store manager; we work side by side each day. He had just left for the day when I changed my statement, but it was left on his desk...i was then confronted two days later resulting in a second write up for "falsifying a document". Did I in fact falsify a document or was it already tainted from the order in which it was presented?  
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