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That can be a challenge.
A good background check will show arrests, however most employment background checks will not likely show it. Also, most applications only ask if you have ever been convicted of a crime. I realize we are talking semantics... but we just have to go with what we can do. You would not be convicted of a crime but you have been charged and there is nothing you can do about it.
Hopefully this will turn out better than you fear. If the judge is willing to reduce your probationary period then it may be possible for you to have this expunged before leaving for Oregon. If not, then you will just have to do the best you can.
I'm sorry I cannot give you a better solution but this is one of the unfortunate consequences. You will hit bumps... but they are not insurmountable.
Please reply if I can help further.
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