Sounds like according to this:
(5) De minimis Offenses. Approval is automatically granted and an application will not be required where the covered offense is considered de minimis, because it meets all of the following criteria:
There is only one conviction or program entry of record for a covered offense;
The offense was punishable by imprisonment for a term of one year or less and/or a fine of $1,000 or less, and the individual did not serve time in jail;
The conviction or program was entered at least five years prior to the date an application would otherwise be required; and
The offense did not involve an insured depository institution or insured credit union.
A conviction or program entry of record based on the writing of a bad or insufficient funds check(s) shall be considered a de minimis offense under this provision even if it involved an insured depository institution or insured credit union if the following applies:
All other requirements of the de minimis offense provisions are met;
The aggregate total face value of the bad or insufficient funds check(s) cited in the conviction was $1000 or less; and
No insured depository institution or insured credit union was a payee on any of the bad or insufficient funds checks that were the basis of the conviction.
Any person who meets the foregoing criteria shall be covered by a fidelity bond to the same extent as others in similar positions, and shall disclose the presence of the conviction or program entry to all insured institutions in the affairs of which he or she intends to participate.
She would have been fine?