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I was hired by a company in Florida in June of this year. I had no criminal history at all, besides a couple of speeding tickets. In the middle of August I was arrested and charged with Grand Theft and Criminal Use of Personal ID. After all was said and done with the case, adjudication was withheld on both charges, and I was placed on probation for a year. I was told by my employer to let them know what the outcome of the case was. When I told them the disposition of the case they terminated me with no reason other than I was convicted of the crime. Is this allowed in Florida?I don't know if it makes a difference, but the company that I was working for knows that I am a gay male, and I was always treated differently by the management because of this.