They will remain on your record for life. Even having them expunged doesn't remove them from your record - it just limits who can see them on your record.
More information is needed. "Dropped" how? By who? The judge or the prosecutor? Was it Nolle Prossed or was it dismissed? If it was dismissed, was it WITH prejudice or WITHOUT prejudice?
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."
Whether or not a felony charge can be removed from the record of a minor is up to a judge. Most judges can close records, but the charge will remain.
No. You could be named as a suspect in a felony crime and still be at large - BUT - if you were charged with a felony you would be taken into custody - booked - arraigned and officially notified of the charges against you. Then, you could be released - on bond or recognizance, if eligible.
It is called an exopungement and you would have to check with CA court system to see if you qualify. (note: If it is a FEDERAL felony offense - forget it - there is no method to clear federal felony records.)
If you are trying to get into the military some small petty crimes can be waived...it also depends on what branch you are trying to join. But the answer to your question is def. no. You can not join the military when theres a felony on your record.
If you do it with an attorney's assistance, it will cost you whatever his his hourly charges are plus any court filing fees.
Under the state and federal laws stalking can be a felony which can seriously harm your record you can be put in jail for years just don't do it.