If you were not fingerprinted, it will not show up on the State Police record. However, it would be easy for a prospective employer to find the charge on the public record network. You can honestly indicate to an employer that you were never arrested or charged with a misdeamenor or a felony. You will be able to have the charged expunged within five years of the plea. Good luck.
It could come up depending on the company doing the records check, when 5 years pass I would suggest pursuing expungement to be sure that it is off of your record.
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It may or may not show up on a background check depending on what kind of check is run and the facts of the initial citation.
You can work with an attorney on this one. In addition to pursuing expungement (if possible), an attorney can probably help you figure out whether there's even a record in the first place.
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From the information you provided, it seems that you received a non-traffic citation and you checked the guilty box, and sent in the money and paid the costs. But, being that it was a summary-level offense, a not-fingerprintable offense, it would not appear in many criminal record repositories, such as the Pennsylvania State Police. It likely would appear in the public record. You may check your status on usjportal.pacourts.us to verify, but that link is not all-inclusive.
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