Dont know if this will be of any help to you 13 days later. Hopefully all has gone well & youve already moved forward & got the job.
No I didnt disclose it, because up until I saw the report myself, Id completely forgotten about it. It was an unfortunate event that happened 7 years ago but Id moved on with my life. Im not one to focus on the past. So in all honesty Id completely forgotten about it & didnt list it. I figured if there was anything, that theyd find it anyway.
One of the last conversations I had with the Hiring recruiter after Id jumped through a million hoops for them & successfully getting the background check corrected, she told me that disorderly conduct charge still doesnt fall within their "hiring guidelines" She also made a point of mentioning that I also failed to disclose the charge. I told her flat out it wasnt intentional & it was 7 years ago for crying out loud & I didnt purposely leave it out. So I dont know if that was her way of telling me because I failed to disclose it is also why they didnt hire me.
I did put an owi charge from 4 years ago & a couple misc traffic charges. Which they didnt even show up, just the owi.
My advice, they told me they dont like anything that has anything to do with a violent offense, even if its something as simple as a misdemeanor, which disorderly conduct does fall into. Unless they end up changing the years they go back, I wouldnt put anything about it if its older then 7 years.
Being honest is a good policy, but when youre dealing with uncaring unsympathetic jerks like AT&T who will hold anything & everything against you involving any violence, regardless of the circumstances, extenuating or not, dont screw yourself by being upfront about it as long as it happened over 7 years ago.