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Do you have to say yes on an application for having a misdemeanor?

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2008-04-20 16:32:28
2008-04-20 16:32:28

No..I dont think you do. You only have to answer it if your crime was a felony and if you were 18 and over when you committed the crime. I agree, but for a different reason. At the end of the application there is usually a place where you sign indicating all the information is correct and if it is not you may be removed from candidacy. Therefore, you can say no, but you maybe lieing. When they put "have you ever been convicted for any crime [besides traffic violations] they are basically asking you if you have any misdemeanors, if you lie, you won't be hired, if you don't lie, they may not hire you, but some employers will give you a chance if you come clean. But it ultimately decides on what position you are applying for.

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