Could u be a probation officer haveing petty theft on your records?
sure, everyone makes a mistake..
yES IF IT is not a felony
Yes it's a misdemeanor. They usually only ask if you have did any felonies on the applications. And you probably already did community service for punishment for the crime and the judge expunged it from your record. So no worries.
Depends on the state. Usually a misdemeanor will not keep you from being a PO. But as far as having things AUTOMATICALLY sealed, i.e., misdemeanors and juvenile records, although they are suppose to be, many times they are not for various reasons. Best to check your states statutes for qualifications of PO or better yet, contact your probation department or City Government HR department. Also check to make sure your misdemeanor has been sealed.
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