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Employee is "at will" employee and has been working at the school for seven years. His record has been flawless, thus far. The school was aware of the felony when he was originally hired. The felony is arson; he started a fire in a trash can. The DA talked him into agreeing to the felony in exchange for his release and credit for time served ( two weeks). He did not have the money for bail or an attorney and was given a PD. Again, what I am specifically interested in is whether there is a law that prohibits a private school (is there a distinction between public and private) from employing anyone with a felony.