I agree with my colleagues.
In the event that you ARE asked if you have ever been arrested, be advised that Georgia law does not allow you to deny the fact that you were arrested – even if you have had the arrest and charges expunged. As such, if you get an arrest expunged and tell an employer you were never arrested, you run the risk that you will not be hired or that you will be terminated for lying on your application (the arrest MAY still appear on a private background check).
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