The charges were murder which was dropped, armed robbery, served 5 years. Are you able to seal those charges if you were a teen or this was the only conviction?
That would be at the discretion of the company. if you have a concern with the individual and their conduct I would advise you contact HR to see what their position or policy is. As far as a criminal record, some charges can be sealed or expunged, but there is a process associated with that. You'd need to speak with a local attorney who can review the court records and determine what the facts of the case are.
Who are you to the situation?
Why are you asking this question?
I am not in the habit of involving myself in other people's personal grudges (which, frankly, this reeks of...) and if that is the situation then unless you have a legitimate concern about this individual that transcends your own personal business I urge you to mind your own P's and Q's and stay out of it.
Of course you are perfectly free to reject that and say or do whatever you wish.
Either way I wish you luck.
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