When I was 17, I was arrested for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia. I completed my probation sentence, and under a hide-a-program (7411) it was expunged when I completed the probation. Then when I was 19, I was arrested for home invasion, domestic violence, and larsony from a person. I was only charged with domestic violence and a lesser count of larsony, but as long as I completed the terms of my probation all would be expunged. And I did just that. Oh, and all of this happened in Michigan. Now, I have been offered a job in Florida, and I guess that pursuant to the National Child Protection Act of 1993 they have the right to do a fingerprint background check. This is a large and powerful company, but a relatively measly job. Will my past come back to haunt me?Can they see it all?