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    trevaj Posts: 3, Reputation: 1
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    Apr 14, 2006, 03:14 PM
    Haunted by a Disorderly Conduct
    Will a Disorderly Conduct (Violation) sealed by the court prevent me from working for specifically for a bank? Or any other types of employment?

    Also, will my fingerprints show up (the bank is requiring that I submit them) - they were confirmed by the city/county that they were destroyed & requested that the FBI remove them from the database as well?

    Thanks for any quick response or clarification.

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    Fr_Chuck Posts: 81,301, Reputation: 7692

    Apr 14, 2006, 04:37 PM
    Hello, sealed does not mean it does not exist, but for normal work related search of a criminal record, a sealed record does not show up.

    And at some point everyone's fingerprints show up, I have been fingerprinted 30 times most likely for one security clearance, job, military or more. Normally if they are running your fingerprints though the police they are doing it for proof of who you are, and then also to have a record of who you are.

    Can they find it if they want to dig enough, of course,

    Next of course no the FBI will not destroy any fingerprints on file, but they will merely show who it is if the crime has been deleted.

    But on the national NCIC system, every arrest even if found not guilty shows up, every conviction even sealed ones always show up. The police can see these forever and for national security work.

    But when they give out these records to the public for work requirements any and all sealed record information will be deleted from the report before it is given out.

    And I doubt that a disorderly conduct ( depending on what happened) would stop you from getting most jobs. Protesting the war, protesting abortion, talking back to a police officer can get you that charge.

    Also if it was a city charge, often they don't even report it to the national system.
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    fredg Posts: 4,926, Reputation: 674
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    Apr 15, 2006, 05:45 AM
    As to your first question, a Disorderly Conduct charge is usually, but not always in every case, reduced to a Misdemeanor charge.
    If that's the case, then it should not be of too much importance in applications for a job. Usually, applications want "Felony" charges listed, and many say "other than Misdemeanor".
    Best wishes.

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