Your conviction won't show but there is a possibility that your arrest will. You can get rid of your arrest with an order signed by the judge
Was you case dismissed without a plea being entered, or because of a status in the law such as HYTA, 7411, 769.4a, 771.1, etc?. Were you fingerprinted? Did you ever have to appear in Court before a Judge or magistate concerning the case? I need more information to properly answer your question.
Most likely the arrest and charge will appear, however it will show up as dismissed.
If the prosecutor agrees to dismiss the case after guilty plea and probation, it will matter what kind of probation it is. If it is an HYTA petition (Holmes Youthful Trainee Act) the arrest, charge, and conviction will be suppressed (not visible to the public). This is the same with 7411 (controlled substances) and MCL 769.4a (Spouse Abuse Act.) If it is a "delay of sentence" under MCL 771.1, than the arrest, charge, and a dismissal will appear on your public record. You CANNOT get an order to have this removed, nor can you have it expunged, etc.
Employers typically do not have access to arrest records. The quick answer is no, but the long answer is maybe depending on the source of the employer's information. Some private reporting agency review the court dockets and make assumptions as to the results of the hearings. They often generate inaccurate information, but can be cleared up relatively easily. Typically the only employers that will be able to access the arrest records with be Government employers.
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