Yes, you can: "following orders" is not a defense to criminal liability, but knowingly writing bad checks is in fact criminal. You cannot participate in a crime becasue your employer tells you to; even if you would be fired if you do not do as he/she says, you still have to refuse to do so. You cannot put keeping your job ahead of obeying the law or not defrauding others.
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