This is tricky as the employer is the attorney's client and you are the beneficiary of their attorney-client relationship. You were not convicted, which is good, so as long as you disclosed your arrest, you should be fine.
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I canu nderstand your dilemma but I think it's best to disclose especially since the charge was dismissed. You were not found guilty and you did not admit to guilt. Just come clean. All the best.
I agree with fellow counsel. As long as the case was dismissed against you, not dismissed as long as you do not incur any other criminal issues against you for a specific amount of time, you should be fine. Full disclosure, in my opinion, is the best policy.
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