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Asked on: 4/26/13, 9:38 pm

I have a misdemeanor conviction (grand theft felony, which was reduced). It was expunged 8 years ago. I was advised to answer "yes - dismissed" to a job application question (for an administrative position at a public school): "have you ever been convicted for any offense against the law?". Should I give details? Or just leave it like that. I was never arrested nor incarcerated. There was never any direct proof against me just my admission that I knew my co-worker was stealing money and I did nothing about it so I was dragged along (she was my friend outside work so yes, it did not help). Thank you,

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