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If I was charged with disorderly conduct but not arrested, do I need to revel this on job applications?

I recently was charged with disorderly conduct and was not arrested, went to court and paid the fine. My question is, in GA, do I need reveal this information on job applications and how long will it be on my record.

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    Yes, because you were convicted when you paid the fine. What did you think the fine was for?
    Answer Applies to: Georgia - Replied: 5/4/2013
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