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It doesn't go away. You get a felony (or misdemeanor) conviction on your adult record, it's on there for life. Even juvenile convictions don't simply go away - the records just get sealed when you turn 18.
No. Expungement does not make your conviction go away.
Yes but finding a job may be difficult
it doesn't do anything. It will make the military person go to jail.
Sure, they will let you go....just make sure your plane ticket is only for one way.....you can not get a passport back to the u.s.a. if you have a felony conviction.
Yes. A felony conviction is not like a traffic ticket - it doesn't go away with time, but rather, stays with you for life.
Expungement won't restore firearms rights. It places your conviction out of the public eye; it doesn't make it go away. If your conviction was for something which is ONLY a felony at state level (not under federal law), you can apply for relief of disability. If it's a federal felony, or a domestic violence conviction, you're pretty much out of luck.
A felony does not go away unless the conviction is expunged from your record by govt. officials. Because of this, it doesn't matter how long ago you were convicted of a felony, owning, purchasing, or being in possession of a firearm is illegal.
For an accurate answer you must go to the website for your particular state's pharmacy licensing authority and read the requirements.
No. Expungement only makes your conviction hidden from the general public - it doesn't make it go away.
No. A felony conviction disqualifies one from obtaining a teaching certificate in any state. Actually I know that it depends on the state as far as how their laws go. obviously if you have a violent conviction, a sexual related conviction or a drug related conviction, you would not be allowed to get a teaching certificate. I am asking however, about a non-violent, non-sexual, non-drug related crime. I had read previously that Ohio's law is that you must wait 5 years from the date of your conviction and I was just wondering if this was in fact true.
Well, I wouldn't want druggies in my country. But, go to a embassy, this site won't get you no where ;p