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How long does a minor in possession stay on your record?

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2005-09-25 08:11:41
2005-09-25 08:11:41

7 years unless differd sentence or pay for lawyer to help expunge. However, there will be old documentation always out there that was created before expunge or 7 years that will be hard to shake, even after mip goes bye bye.

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