Arrests and convictions generally show up on a criminal background check.
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It depends on how thorough the background check is, as well as the policies and practices of the arresting departments on reporting minor arrests to databases beyond their own. A background check for a position that requires bonding or a security clearance is likely to look deeper than for a part-time position at McDonald's, with a full spectrum in between. You can start by searching your own history with the States in question, to see what shows up. On the other hand, getting caught lying about minor arrests like these if the job application asks about arrests may be just as likely to cost you the job.
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