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Over ten years ago, I was arrested and spent the night in jail (I had lapse in judgment as a stupid teenager). When I went to trial, the case was dismissed. I now have a job (several degrees later) in a great company. In the employment application, I was asked if I was ever convicted of a crime. I, of course, checked no (the event from years past not even in my mind anymore). Now, a background check showed the arrest and dismissed case. The board of the company is meeting in a few days to decide on whether to give me a chance or fire me based on the fact that I withheld information and lied on my application. Can they legally do this? I still do not believe I lied on my application. Should I get a lawyer to represent me or do I just have to wait and see what the decision is?