Criminal convictions whether misdemeanors or felonies are a permanent part of the convicted person's criminal record and are not subject to expungement. If the person was a juvenile at the time and was not tried and sentenced as an adult then his or her records will be sealed or expunged (depending on the state and the offense) when said person reaches the age of majority for the state in which the violation took place. Some states do have a process whereby some misdemeanor convictions can be deleted from the viewing record for specific reasons, such as employment issues. That must be done through the court where the person was tried and found guilty or entered a guilty plea and was sentenced. As stated above: Each state has a different system. In Texas YOU CAN! get your criminal record sealed or expunged. I did it and want others to know it's possible without paying an attorney $1,000. You can do it by filing a petition and order with the court. You still need some help following the court procedure. But you can do that simply by using a service to help, search on-line as there are a few of them.
Criminal convictions stay on your record forever unless they are removed. You have to petition the court to have the misdemeanor expunged.
Any conviction of a misdemeanor or felony after your 18th birthday will result in an entry on your criminal history record.In the UK, all convictions will count as part of your criminal record, regardless of your age at the time of conviction.
Regardless of the severity of the crime, any criminal conviction will stay on your record until it is removed. Unlike traffic tickets, criminal convictions don't 'fall off.'
All convictions are a permanent part of the person's criminal record.
Criminal convictions remain a permanent part of an individual's criminal record/history. In some US states certain misdemeanors can be removed from the public record if they are causing a problem for the person becoming gainfully employed.
Criminal convictions remain on your criminal record forever, unless you are able to have them expunged.
All criminal convictions stay on your record for life, regardless of which state you're in.
Both misdemeanor and felony criminal offenses remain on your criminal record permanently, unless they are removed, such as by expungement.
ALL crimes of which you were convicted are in your criminal record, Felony AND Misdemeanor.
All criminal convictions, felony and misdemeanor, stay on your record until you die. After a certain amount of time they no longer effect your insurance etc (if they were moving violations).
No criminal record. No criminal convictions. Clean as an angel's wing.
It means that if you qualify in your state, you may have a charge (either misdemeanor or felony) removed from your publicly viewable criminal history record.
When it relates to an adult criminal convictions including misdemeanors remain a permanent part of an individual's record. It is possible in some cases to have a misdemeanor removed for purposes of the convicted person becoming gainfully employed. This does not mean that the entry is permanently erased, only that its accessiblility is limited. The removal of the entry would depend upon the severity of the crime, the time that has expired since the commission, whether or not the convicted person has other criminal convictions and/or a history of problems with authorities.
Unless a person goes to go court and tries to have the misdemeanor removed it stays on a person's criminal record forever. If a person is able to have a misdemeanor expunged then it will no longer appear on their record.
No you must have no criminal record
If the person is an adult a misdemeanor conviction can be a permanent part of his or her criminal record. In most US states it is usually possible to have a low class misdemeanor conviction removed from a record for employment issues.
Can you help clear record with no convictions?
You can look into the expungement procedure for criminal offenses in your state to see if you quailify.
Look into your state laws on the expungement of criminal records. If you qualify, you can apply to have the conviction removed.
A misdemeanor conviction is a criminal conviction. Criminal records are forever, unless you are able to expunge or seal the record.
A criminal record is PERMANENT.
Not unless it specifically asks that. Most job applications that ask about criminal record usually only ask about felony convictions.
If you are referring to your criminal record, unless the convictions occurred prior to your 18th birthday they are permanent part of your criminal history record.
ALL crimes of which you were convicted are in your permanent criminal record, Both felonies and misdemeanors.
Call the criminal court where you were convicted and ask the clerk's office.Added: See the below website: