A felony is a felony forever.
A felony charge should not be a concern. If you were convicted it will always be on your record. It is a deterrent to committing crimes.
Forever. Any charge/conviction will never fall of a record.
for the rest of your life
till their 18
How long does a felony conviction stay on your record in Virginia?
A felony stays on your record for life. You could apply to the court to have it expunged.
If you were charged after you became an adult the charge becomes a permanent part of your criminal history record.
If you wre convicted after your 18th birthday it will be a permanent part of your criminal history record.
It's usually part of a permanent record. You would have to apply to the courts or government to have the record removed.
A felony cannot be expunged from your record in Louisiana.
Felony charges ANYWHERE never go away unless they are legally "expunged."
A felony charge/conviction stays on your criminal record forever. Petition the court to have your record "expunged" and it should be accompanied by good reason(s) that it should be granted. After consideration, it may or may not be granted.
Felonies are life-long charges, unless you are later found not guilty, in which case it can be wiped from your record.
Any adult criminal conviction stays on your record forever unless a Pardon is granted.
If it occurred after your 18th birthday it will be a permanent part of your adult criminal history record.
a felony can be expunged from your record
A Felony in any state will always be on your record as a conviction.
They are a Permanent Record.
Most felonies will stay on your record indefinitely.
How long does a false charge stay on your record?
There is a difference between a CHARGE and a CONVICTION. A charge does not stay on your record if it has been dismissed. A conviction stays on your record for life. It can be removed after any sentence has been served by expungement by a judge, or a pardon from the governor. Start by hiring a Virginia attorney.