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I received an offer contingent on a background check today for a law firm which has about 30 lawyers in the office I would be working in and about 80 total in its six offices throughout the east. I am planning on making full disclosure of my past offenses and was just wondering if anyone thought these would rise to the level where I could possibly have the offer rescinded. I am currently 24. When I was 18 I received an underage citation through my undergrad school. This I know will not show up on my background check, however I still plan on disclosing. When I was 20 I received an underage, which was lessened to a disorderly conduct. When I was 21 I received an open container citation which I had to pay a fine for. Any thoughts would be appreciated!
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