Filing a false police report in Texas is a Class B misdemeanor. Filing a false missing persons report is a Class C misdemeanor.
Any criminal record accrued after your 18th birthday becomes a permanent record and it does not "go away" with age. How serious it may, or may not, be will be up to the persons/employers who may wish to look into your background.
Yes. According to the Texas BON you may have one and only one.
It will always remain on your juvenile record, however, that will be sealed to the public when you reach the age of majority (adult) in Texas.
Yes, it is a Class C Misdemeanor.
You can only be expunged in Texas if it is for a Class C misdemeanor. You can also be expunged if you have already received a pardon.
In Texas, a Class C misdemeanor is a basic offense. Examples of this common class include, criminal trespass, issuance of bad checks, and disorderly conduct.
Class A Misdemeanor Range of Punishment - Texas Penal Code § 12.21. CLASS A MISDEMEANOR. An individual adjudged guilty of a Class A misdemeanor shall be punished by: (1) a fine not to exceed $4,000; (2) confinement in jail for a term not to exceed one year; or (3) both such fine and confinement.
I just found out today :( In Texas, it is a class C misdemeanor.
http://blog.austindefense.com/2006/09/articles/class-b-misdemeanor-range-of-punishment-texas-penal-code/ has the answer
Since it is a class B misdemeanor you may be able to hire a lawyer to help you get it expunged from your record. If you do this it will not have a big impact on your future. Having it on your record will impact your employment possibilities. It may cause employers to turn you down.
If you qualify for the program, you can apply to have your record expunged.
There is legal process known as expungement which sets forth these requirements. See below link for further information:
A class c misdemeanor are those crimes that are punishable by a fine of no more than $500.
Nothing ever drops off your record, including class c traffic. The only way to have something removed is if you have a conviction expunged.
It will always remain on the juvenile record, but juvenile records are customarily sealed to the general public when the juvnile reaches their 18th birthday.
Class C Misdemeanor
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A Class C misdemeanor in Texas can be assault, aiding suicide, leaving a child in a vehicle, or criminal trespassing. It can also be issuance of bad checks or illegal recruitment of an athlete.
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A teacher in Texas can continue to teach with a class A as long as the misdemeanor is not one that is related to the duties of the education profession. If a teacher is convicted of a felony or misdemeanor that is related to the duties of the education profession they can also lose their license.
Class C misdemeanor offense. § 12.23. CLASS C MISDEMEANOR. An individual adjudged guilty of a Class C misdemeanor shall be punished by a fine not to exceed $500.