I will try to help you as much as I can; however, I am not licensed to practice law in Georgia; thus, I cannot directly represent you.
I will provide general legal information to answer your questions.
If employer is moving for summary judgment, the court will assume all of the facts in the light most positive for you since you are the non-moving party. You can quote the cases above for the standard of review and say that the court should assume the facts in the most favorable light to you. Using this analysis, the employer did not let you finish the application. They cannot use fraud
as a basis for termination
since they, and not you, ended the application process. That is a powerful argument in your favor. Since the employer ended the application process before you could talk about the arrest, then they cannot use that abbreviated process as a basis for termination. Good luck.
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