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My misdemeanor was granted dismissal under 1203.4 & 1203.4a. I have read VERY mixed answers from my research and want to know how I should approach this. I am applying to IBM.
You should not have to disclose a misdemeanor conviction that was dismissed under 1203.4 to IBM.
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No, you do not. As a private company there is no exception to the rule of expungement that agovernment agency would have.
Depends on the question they specifically ask, but, no you are not required to disclose.
Law Offices of Jay S. Finnecy (619) 855-3003 or (760) 522-7006
You should be OK, but send a copy of the relevant portion of the application to your attorney for their review prior to sending it in to IBM.
Law Offices of David Shapiro
3555 4th Avenue
San Diego, CA 92103
No , you are not required to disclose. However, if they specifically ask you for the information I would not recommend omission either. I would talk to an attorney to guide you through this issue.
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