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Will anywhere hire with pending charges?

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by Rdsrn Rdsrn (Member) Member

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Pretty sure this is a hard no. But just in case someone says yes im posting this. I work at a plasma center right now and i hate it. I think I am going to have to stick with it a while until my case is over with. 

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ruby_jane has 10 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in ICU/community health/school nursing.

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Define "pending." If you have a sealed and signed order, that's not pending. If you're under investigation, unless you've been specifically told to disclose the gory details, do your best, seek something else, work hard to develop a practice of scrupulous integrity, and if you can't find something else, find a way to bloom where you're planted, even if you're planted in dust and ash. Good luck.

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Persephone Paige has 15 years experience as a ADN.

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I have a friend who just resolved some stuff. For her, 'pending' meant open and open just meant that she was still paying the fines. For all intents and purposes, everything had been decided, she was just completing everything. She was getting a 'no' from the one place she really wanted to work. She decided to wait to put in further applications until she had the paperwork in hand. 

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By pending i mean i have a charge and have not been convicted yet. I dont know what the outcome will be. Im guessing that means most places will want me to wait until its resolved.

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Indiana RN is a BSN and specializes in Med/Surg & Psych.

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Until you are done with court and the judge signs those papers, you have no charges. I was wondering the same, it took 3 months and 3 court dates to finish with mine so I ask my lawyer 

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