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Will my employer find out if I am convicted of domestic violence?

That is a distinct possibility that your employer could find out that you were convicted of domestic violence offenses. Domestic violence offenses are such that they can never be sealed or expunged unless they are defeated with a not guilty or the prosecutor drops that charge. Now, if you are convicted of a domestic violence crime, the chances are you will be placed on probation.

While you’re on probation, your employer could find out that you’re on probation because there are requirements that you’ll need to comply with as well as your probation officer has an opportunity to stop by and visit you while you’re at work. Yes, that is a possibility that your employer could find out that you are convicted of such an offense. If you call an attorney right away, that does reduce the percentages of you being convicted at the end of your case. The more time we have to prepare, the better off you’ll be.

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