Depends on what kind of case you have.
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It depends on a lot of things, such as what job you are applying for, whether they do a thorough background check, and what you are being charged with. The greater the alleged offense, the more likely it is to affect your ability to find a job.
You haven't provided enough facts to be able to answer your question. I recommend that you speak with your attorney *before* you do anything.
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