Question about Finger prints,Employment and What do they mean by Seal?

ok i went for a job interview and got the job yesterday i went down to take my finger prints and drug test today i was called by Human Resources, and they told me to finish up the rest of my application status, so it could be put in for payroll, and also they found something i guess in my records back in nov,2006. from finger printing, so i was told to go to my clerks office go and obtain an Offical Disposition, with a seal. i was told it has to have a seal. of i am confused. 1, with finger prints being taken , didnt they see what was on my record 2. oh my god that case was dismissed and i was 17 yrs old i thought it was wiped out clean, now the arest was for retail theft. like i said i thought everything was going to be wiped out and done. but i have never been in troulble since!! trust me i learned my lesson, and again the case was dismissed and i was never convicted.3, what do they mean it must be seal? does that mean sealed with proof it came from the courts or the case had to b again i want to know your opinion do you think i will still have this job, and this is with working for a bank. i know i have some things in favor. its been a long time, i was a minor "a stupied one",i never got in trouble since then,never any arrests,that case was dismissed, i never lied when asked if convicted. but the thing that does look bad is that it was theft and working in a bank , i am so sure thats the worst to have on any arrest record, i really though that was behind me since i have had background checks especially for becoming a manager in retail, and this never came up. i hope someone can help me

Asked By: Guillermo M - 9/20/2007
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Police departments and some government offices will give you "official" copies of your prints. It shouldn't be a big deal if you were a minor and the charges were dismissed unless you're applying for a government job where they have access to those records for security purposes. If you were a minor, those records are... More
Answered By: Allison P - 9/21/2007
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If you went to court, then yes it will remain with you for life but if nothing come of it and you received a warning because you were 17 it should not be kept on your records... More
Answered By: rosie - 9/21/2007
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