For Adults:A felony conviction will remain on your criminal record for the rest of your life unless your conviction is over turned or exhonerated by the court or you successfully petition the court and show good cause for an expungement of the felony (very rare)..
Juviniles that are convicted of a felony have their records sealed at age 18 unless they were tried as an adult in which case the felony charge remains on their adult record..
In Texas, probably forever.
Your record is permanent unless changed by the action of a court.
How long does a felony conviction stay on your record in Virginia?
A felony cannot be expunged from your record in Louisiana.
They are a Permanent Record.
a felony can be expunged from your record
A Felony in any state will always be on your record as a conviction.
A felony is a felony forever.
Most felonies will stay on your record indefinitely.
To my knowledge, no state automatically expunges felonies from a person's record if they earned the felony as an adult. It's on your record until you either die or have it expunged. Talk to an attorney for help.
Having your record expunged or obtaining a pardon is the only way to officially remove a felony from your record. Otherwise, the felony will be on your record permanently.
It stays on your record in Texas forever.
A felony stays on your record until it removed. You can have most felonies expunged from your record and have your civil rights restored.
Typically a felony for anything is next to impossible to get expunged from your record if you were found guilty.
Permanently unless you can get a pardon
It will always be a permanent part of your criminal history record.
Your criminal history record is permanent.
A felony conviction will remain on your 'record' indefinetly, until you have it expunged via Court order.
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.
A felony conviction remains on your record permanently. You can try to have the record sealed or expunged, so that employers don't see it.