The first and most important thing to know here is that whatever you did or did not do, you need to discuss it with an attorney. Anything you tell him will be protected by attorney-client privilege. You’re not guilty until you’re found guilty or until you plead guilty. The attorney may or may not ask whether you committed the charge. The answer could be yes, and your attorney could never disclose that fact unless you gave him permission. It doesn’t really matter what you did or didn’t do. What matters is what the state can prove beyond a reasonable doubt. An attorney should be contacted immediately.