Well court fines and fees are different.
Fees are generated based on county and so there is no way I can tell you what that is.
As to the criminal charge it is a Class 1 misdemeanor
and it carries a fine not to exceed $1000 and that is the best I can do because that is what the law says and I am not the judge. So I don't know what they will fine you.
As to your employment, it depends on where you work part time. They can do a background check for part timers. And yes, you would have to say you have a conviction until you are finished you probation. Then you do not have to say you have any convictions, once the Guilty plea is removed from your record. There needs to be a guilty plea before you can get the deferred adjudication.
I suggest you can also see if the DA will reduce the Class 1 to a Class 3
A first offense of concealment of merchandise constitutes a Class 3 misdemeanor in North Carolina, and the offender may receive only a suspended sentence of imprisonment, so long as the offender performs 24 hours of community service.
So that might be very helpful to you. Again, a local attorney can be your best bet on getting that done for you It is always best to have a local attorney in these matters
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