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Thank you for your question. The answer is yes, a "pending action" is a potential conviction which has a court date but has not been heard yet. So if you have been charged with this but have yet to appear in court then the action is pending and should be declared accordingly. If you do not declare it and the employer later finds out about it then you could potentially be dismissed for gross misconduct. I do wish I could give you better news but I hope it doesn't affect your employment and wish you the best with this moving forward.
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Only valid charges would show up, as you have not had a decision on this matter yet it won't. Also I don't beleive that PNC will show any court dates no. All court proceedings are public so if they search then they could find it but to be honest it would be arbitrary for an employer to do this.
Not if it was dismissed.