Thank you, friend.Family Code Section 58.203
restricts access to certain juvenile records automatically. The only ones who could see your record would be a law enforcement agency or the government. No civil employer would be able to see said records.
Ergo, it is up to you on how you wish to answer. If you put YES, you can volunteer the information. If you put NO, then there is no way for the civil employer to check your juvenile record.
If you ever want to work for a government
agency, you can seal your record under Family Code Section 58.003
by a quick petition with the Court
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