My question involves criminal law for the state of: How far in Kentucky can the school system go back in a national background check?
My records was originally sealed and does not show up locally in the state it happened in or in another state. Upon doing a national check it shows up something from over 20 years ago. I just want to know if this is something I can fight? If the law states in that state that the national check can only go back 10 years, I was told that I needed to resign or they could fire me, I choose to resign instead. After thinking about it more and more. It just didn't seem right after 20 years and all the jobs that Ive had that this was the first time it came up, so I am to believe that 1 the check was done through the FBI, 2, they went back past what the law states as 10 years. I just want to be sure of what the law states in the state of Kentucky in regards to how far they go back.