A man is suing a police chief over what he says is a wrongful arrest for driving under the influence (DUI) that cost him his job after his boss found out.
In this issue, we’ll talk about whether or not your employer will find out about your DUI charge.
It’s key to pay close attention to what’s asked for on an application. If it asks if you’ve ever been arrested, then you’ll have to answer “yes.”
Since most applications ask if you’ve been convicted of a felony, however, you can answer “no” if you’ve been arrested for DUI but not convicted.
While there’s no law specifically requiring disclosure of a DUI, there are occupations that stipulate whether or not you have to come clean.
Jobs that can fall into that category include:
There are some employers who receive routine DUI arrest and conviction reports directly from the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Further, among the occupations that employers to be notified of DUIs are:
That’s actually an easy one: just keep it to yourself. Even if you share aspects of your personal life with your co-workers, a DUI is something you should keep to yourself. There’s no reason anyone else needs to know about you being arrested and charged with DUI.
Being charged with DUI can have a dramatic impact on your life and future job opportunities.
If you’re facing DUI charges, having legal representation gives you the best opportunity for having the charges reduced or keeping them off the books altogether.
For a free consultation, call Alex Lane at (480) 776-5757.
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