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Do Your Employer Have An Obligation To Tell You That A New Employee Has Murdered Someone?

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On 2/25/2023 at 3:43 PM, PleaseBlitz said:

You obviously work with the person in question so I assume you know their name. If they were convicted of murder, that’s publicly available information and probably made the news. Just Google them. 

I did a google search and nothing came up. Someone else with the same name did commit murder, but the age didn’t match. 

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On 2/25/2023 at 4:59 PM, Destino said:

I’m guessing there’s some context missing if he’s walking free, but I’d be very sure to steer clear of that guys wife at the Christmas party



Since it didn't sound premeditated I'm guessing that would probably be a 2nd degree murder charge, which is probably going to net someone around 20 years or so. Not out of the realm of possibility for him to do that time then re-enter the work force at some point. Especially if he was young when it happened.


Always possible it was also pled down to manslaughter or something.

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