Volume 9, Edition 12, December 2013

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You run a background check on an individual for a potential employer
and find the following information regarding a single arrest: Charge 1: felony robbery (charged in 2003 dismissed in 2004); Charge 2: felony burglary (charged in 2003, convicted in 2004, final disposition and given probation of two years); Charge 3: misdemeanor possession of marijuana (charged in 2003, dismissed in 2004). Under the FCRA what can you report?

A. All three, because one of the three charges resulted in a conviction

B. Charge 2: felony burglary - conviction

C. None of them because the conviction was more than seven years ago

D. Felony burglary - conviction


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