State Laws on Employer Use of Arrest and Conviction Records

Visit this site for information about your rights as they pertain to arrest and conviction records in various states. For example, Colorado law prohibits employers from asking about criminal records that have been sealed. An applicant may answer any questions about these records as if they had not occurred. Colorado law also prohibits employers from asking applicants or employees about arrests for civil or military disobedience, unless an arrest led to a guilty plea or conviction. Click on the website to learn more. 

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