Depends on the state; some go deeper than others. I believe in most cases, unless they spot a problem (something inconsistent btwn your bar app and your law school app or something similar), they won't delve into anything.And generally, the C&F panel only wants the application of the school you attended, not every app you every put out there. So if the bar C&F app doesn't ask about involuntary termination or whatever, and your school didn't either, then likely it won't come up unless you bring it up.And FYI, you don't have to spell out bar in all caps; it's not an acronym.
I didn't find the process all that invasive. The worst part about it was going to the damn DMV to get a driving record that had nothing on it (no tickets in the state I live in at all, knock on wood). Then again, I'm not in an overly demanding state and didn't have much to disclose. Others may have found the process in their state to be worse.As long as you've disclosed criminal infractions, you should be fine. Problems usually only arise if yo didn't disclose, you have arrests/convictions very recent to your C&F exam, or you have a patter of arrests/convictions that demonstrate a serious character flaw that you haven't taken steps to fix.