Asked by Lu on April 20, 2017
Answered by Lisa, Hiring Expert at VF Corporation, on April 21, 2017
Hi, Try contacting the local courthouse where the case was filed. I beleive you can ask for the record to be removed since there was no conviction. Also, you could contact an attorny and seek their advice.
Answered by Kimberly , Hiring Expert at Emerson, on April 26, 2017
If the charges show on the background check, you want to make sure that you're disclosing them on the release. You should volunteer an explanation so the employer is not surprised when they see the results.