I was offered a job next a background check, when they received the results they withdrew the present because of a misdemeanor case that was dropped because of completion of a pre-trial intervention program...no plea enter, no conviction..the case was decline by the state attorney.can they do that?
Employer withdraw career tender because of non-convicted misdemeanor...?
Yes they can.
Nothing here is illegal -- they don't owe you a situation. However, you might just want to answer the question as asked subsequent time.
Yes. Employers dont own to say why they dont offer a assignment.
Sadly... do you really want to work for people who dont want you over this, and would judge you as trouble until that time you even started?
I would suggest you look into having this removed from your record. Were you ORDERED to attend the intervention program, afterwards THAT might be listed as your sentence. But if you joined it voluntarily it should be more approaching Once you sought some help and got it, appropriate for you. Maybe it needs to be spoken to and addressed subsequent time, they may have declined to hire you not because you have this, but because you didnt come clean about it when they told you they would be checking. Move on and be clear formerly your next job interview more or less where this stands and what it comes up as.
They cannot rescind for records of arrest, from date of entry, after seven years. If it has be less than 7 years they can rescind.
I believe they can do that...you may want to try to plead your case with them. May I ask for what type of work this be for?
They can - there is no legal requirement for them to hire you.