no it wont only thing that will go in your record is if you get suspended
If by "infraction" you are referring to a trafficinfraction - no. A traffic infration will not show up on a criminal record. However, it will show up on your driving record.
Define "infraction." If you are referring to traffic tickets and DMV violations - they do not appear on your criminal history record.
Depends on what the infraction is and your previous driving record.
Infractions do not show up on your criminal record because they are not considered a misdemeanor. However, an infraction will appear on your driving record and can be used to revoke your license.
No, only if it was a referal, or a suspension.
It depends on the infraction. I've heard of infractions staying on records for 10 years or so.
A felony goes on your record as soon as you are convicted of it. Most felonies stay on your permanent record and can never be expunged.
Your record is your permanent record. They may go back as far as they wish to go.
Disorderly Conduct is a misdemeanor criminal offense. Yes, it will appear on your record.