How do you answer 'Have you ever been convicted of a crime'?
Yes in 1980 I took the blame for my wife of a vacuum she was about to give birth.
How do you answer 'Have you ever been convicted of a crime other than a minor traffic offense' on a job application?
How do you answer the question have you ever been convicted of a crime If the conviction was exponged?
What does the question have you ever been convicted for a criminal offense for which you have not been pardoned MEAN?
How do you answer 'Have you ever been convicted of a crime' on a job applications if you really committed the crime?
How long do you have to answer yes to the have you ever been convicted of a felony question on an application?
Is academic dishonesty plagiarism considered being convicted of a crime if you haven't been found guilty yet when dealing with job applications?
If a juvenile enters a diversion program to have charges dropped for petty theft what are the legal boundaries with questions like Have you ever been charged convicted of a crime on job applications?
It depends. I have seen applications which ask if there has been a felony conviction in "X" number of years, and I have seen applications which ask if you have EVER been convicted of a felony or crime. So each application would be a case-by-case basis. If your conviction was ten years ago and the application asks about the last seven, I would say no. Similarly, some applications ask if you have ever been convicted…
If you have a crime successfully expunged and taken off your record can an Ohio job application ask if you have had a crime expunged and do you have to answer?
I believe it has to do with the way it is worded on the application. Some ask if you've ever been convicted of a crime, or ever been convicted of a crime involving a child etc, and some will ask only if you've been convicted of a felony. Regarding expungement, any job that requires an FBI check, meaning where you will have to do fingerprinting, it is my understanding that it will show. So you're…