You are about to graduate from the police academy. You have a friend that works at the same precinct or town to which you are applying. You know that upon your employment with the law enforcement agency, you may be required to take a polygraph test with questions about prior arrests, drug use, or theft. These types of questions are intended to disqualify potential police officer candidates. Your friend tells you to lie on the questionnaire and not to include information from your old college days when you both were arrested for marijuana possession. Although the case was dismissed, you and your friend are concerned that the record of the arrest is still in the court system. Your friend has informed you that this law enforcement agency does not employ the polygraph test; they only use a questionnaire. Your friend informs you that he lied on his questionnaire when he went through the employment application process.
Address each of the following questions:
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