In California, if a person is convicted of a crime, then later has the conviction dismissed under Penal Code section 1203.4, then Labor Code section 432.7 makes it illegal for employers to ask about such a dismissed conviction.
Therefore, if a person's only criminal conviction was dismissed per PC 1203.4, then on a non-government, non-law-enforcement employment application, when answering the question "Have you ever been convicted of a crime?", it would be legal and truthful to answer "No", since the question would itself be illegal if its intended scope included dismissals.
Question: Is something like that also true in Idaho? Given (only) a California conviction and later dismissal (PC 1203.4), would a person now seeking employment in Idaho be required to answer "Yes" to the question "Have you ever been convicted of a crime?"? The searches I tried that found the answer for California did not turn up anything for Idaho.