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I have read many questions asking what to expect for a background check if they A) Enter a deferred disposition, dismissing the charges in the end and B) Agree to a plea bargain. Many answers to the questions are that some background checks would show EVERY step of the way for the charges (charged/indicted-plea bargain/trial-final outcome/sentencing).
What is the point of ever plea-bargaining or getting a deferred disposition if a background check would reflect everything that went on with a case?? If an employer is seeing a person charged with theft and dismissed through a plea deal, they can put 2 and 2 together and realize that the person agreed to plea-bargain because of fear of trial.
What good is a "dismissal" if an employer can find all that he needs to on a person?