In December during college, I was issued an appearance ticket on a charge of disorderly conduct for public urination in Binghamton, New York. When I arrived, I plead guilty. I had a clean record before this happened, so my main concern is how this will affect my employment prospects as I am set to graduate soon. When I asked the judge if this will have a negative effect, she said that it was a "non-fingerprintable offense," but I'm not too sure what that means. She entered in a conditional discharge for my case, so I want to know what will happen after the one year period, considering this was a non-fingerprintable offense? I've been stressing out over this dumb mistake that I made and I need to know if it will affect the rest of my career. Thanks for any information.