Felony charges cannot be dropped off of your record. * Charges yes, convictions no.
If you're convicted of a felony, it will remain on your record for life.Added: Quoted from the NH expungement law: "A person convicted of a violent crime, of any crime of obstruction of justice, or of any offense for which the petitioner was sentenced to an extended term of imprisonment is not eligible for annulment."
seems like after 7 years i think they expunge your record of minor crimes. also, you can pay to have this taken off your record i believe. Corrections: North Carolina only does expungements for the following cases: If you where found NOT GUILTY. If you where under the age of 18, and it was a drug offence. Now North Carolina says that if you where found to not have moral turpitude due to your felony conviction, they say no. The best advice that can be told in this situation, is to make sure you have taken the PRAXIS, and be completely honest on your application. If you answer no on the application, they do a background check, and they find the felony, that in itself is another felony charge. Best of luck.
The only thing that will remove a felony arrest and/or conviction from your record is to have your record expunged. You must submit a petition/motion to the court system in which you were convicted, stating your reason(s) and giving good reason(s) why the record should be expunged. If you were convicted and are currently serving the sentence you cannot do this until after your sentence is completed. Expungement will only remove the record of your arrest and conviction from the the PUBLIC record, only law enforcement will have access to that portion of your ciminal history. Expungement IS NOT A PARDON, you will still be a convicted felon and you will not get your "rights" restored.
Not knowing which state the incident occurred in, a specific answer is not possible. Some potential charges could be, obstruction of justice charges to be filed or making a false police report. What would determine the type of charges and penalties that might be sought, is the action that was taken regarding the incident. For example, were any verbal or written statements made where the accuser was under oath?
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