It depends on multiple factors. But first and foremost, have you completed first offender's? Secondly, if you have, have you had the arrest restricted? If the answer to either question is no, then the company likely will be able to see it.
Mr. Von Hacke is correct. A first offender sentence is publicly available during the time you are on probation, and becomes restricted for most purposes (including routine background checks for commercial transactions) only after you complete probation and receive your first offender discharge. An arrest record must also be restricted. To restrict the arrest record, call the attorney you used for the criminal case for help, or use the Find a Lawyer function to find a criminal attorney that can help you.
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