The Bianconeri boss and his assistant manager Angelo Alessio were both given bans by the Italian Football Federation after allegedly failing to report incidents of match-fixing while in charge at Siena.
Conte, however, is confident that he will be fully acquitted as he appeals against the charges, stating in an interview with Gazzetta Dello Sport: "If I was offered just a three-month ban today, my answer would be no.
"I didn't do anything wrong, or neglect to report what I knew.
"Therefore I'm staying calm and I'm confident that I'll be on the bench for our game against Parma."
Conte also blasted key witness Filippo Carobbio, claiming: "Carobbio continued to change his statement like a chameleon, tailored to what (prosecutor Stefano) Palazzi wanted to hear. He changed his story one last time, coincidentally three days before my initial hearing.
"Would I have been so stupid to leave myself open to blackmail from 25 players?"
The verdict on Conte's appeal is expected to be announced on Wednesday.