Former DaimlerChrysler Corp. employee Sharon Spangler says she has a pretty good reason for missing a company-mandated medical exam: She was in jail on murder charges.

The company fired her, prompting Spangler to file a lawsuit last month that attorneys say raises a unique challenge for corporate America: How do you treat an employee who has been charged with a crime, but not convicted?

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