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In August I was charged with 2 counts of reckless endangerment and 1 count of criminal mischief. My employer, an agency that works with at risk youth, suspended me without pay "investigate the situation." Right before the 3 month mark of being suspended they asked me to come in for a meeting. They asked me if I ever lied to the police and where abouts is the case. I told them no I never lied to the police and that I don't know about the case because I have not been indicted. The next day they told me it is in the agencies best interest to part ways. Well after a few months had gone by the 6 month mark to be indicted for a felony charge had passed and all charges were dropped. Did my employer have legal right to terminate my employment without ever being indicted or convicted of any charge?