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Question: Searle, office manager of Entro Products, had


Searle, office manager of Entro Products, had access to the firm’s checks to be used in paying for office supplies. However, Searle was not authorized to sign them. Each time he wanted to pay invoices, Searle had to have the firm’s president sign them. After some months, he was able to copy the president’s signature. He had invoices printed for a nonexistent company, and periodically he made out checks to the fake company and signed the president’s signature. Ultimately his wrongdoings were discovered. Is it likely Searle will be prosecuted for his crime?
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