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Hello again, Magdalena and you're most welcome.It is my pleasure to be of help to you!Your positive rating is truly appreciated and I thank you very much. If you would like to request me for any new questions in the future, please type 'For Cher Only' to start your question and I will answer as soon as possible.I hope you enjoy a wonderful evening! Warmest regards,Cher
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Hi again, Magdalena.I'm so sorry, I didn't realize you wanted a psychic reading on this as well! I thought you were more interested in the legal aspect. I think it would depend on where you apply for the position and who is in charge of hiring that would make the difference for you. I believe that if you can get a letter from your attorney explaining the actual circumstances of your situation and the place you apply to for a job sees that it doesn't involve anything that would be of concern to them, regarding children's safety, DUI, carrying a weapon, etc., this would be in your favor. However, some federal jobs may have a set rule that they don't hire anyone who has been charged with a misdemeanor, no matter what the reason, so it actually would come down to who you are interviewed by, what the rule is, in their particular agency, and the impression you would make (which I'm sure is wonderful!). If you were not technically 'arrested' or served any time in jail, I feel you would have a good chance of being hired; however, the only thing that may be a stumbling block could be the fact that it's a federal government job. You might have a better chance at getting a state or city government job or applying for a teaching or educational administrative job, considering your background.
A Positive Rating would be appreciated, as that is the only way I receive credit for my answer. Thank you! Warmest wishes,Cher