No one here could possibly tell you what a McDonald's manager would think. It's not a legal question.
It would not be wrong for the manager to refuse to hire someone with two pending criminal charges though as it relates to theft.
This answer provides general advice and should not be understood as to create an attorney-client relationship between the questioner and the responding attorney.
There is no way to know what a hypothetical potential employer might think about a hypothetical applicant's criminal history.
Agreed. Apply for the job and explain the circumstances to the boss if you think it will make a difference. Be forthcoming and honest about it and tell them why it won’t happen again.
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