Volume 9, Edition 9, September 2013

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You have been requested to run a background check on an individual for a potential employer. You discover that this person was charged with four felony counts. Ultimately, three of the counts were dismissed in exchange for him pleading guilty to the fourth count. Is it proper to report all four counts due to the conviction of one of the counts he was charged with?

A. Yes.

B. Yes, but you can only report the three dismissed counts for seven years.

C. Yes, because the charges were only dismissed as part of a plea deal and he was not acquitted of them.

D. No.


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