How long does a misdemeanor charge stay on your public record in Missouri?
A misdemeanor charge will still on you criminal history record forever, regardless of whether a conviction exists or not. Criminal Histories are generally not of "public" record. Missouri Case Net shows court actions on individuals and is searchable by name, county, etc.
Does a misdemeanor charge stay on your public record in Missouri if the conviction was when you were a minor?
How long does it take for a class c misdemeanor of selling tobacco to a minor come off your record in Utah?
Any charge, misdemeanor or felony, committed after you are 18 stays on your record forever, unless it later expunged, in which case it is no longer visible on your PUBLIC record, but law enforcement agencies can always access it. UNLESS a conviction is overturned and you are later found to be innocent.
How long does it take for a misdemeanor charge to be romoved from your record in the state of Idaho?
If you went to jail for a misdemeanor, it will be on your criminal record. It will remain there forever, unless you can go to the courthouse where you were charged and ask the clerk for an annulment on the charge in question. However, the process may not be successful, and could still remain on the record.
Yes anything is possible It depends upon the job you are applying for. You will be eliminated from certain positions but certainly not most. The jobs you will most likely have trouble with are jobs involving public trust such as law enforcement. Other things to consider are the type of misdemeanor you were convicted of. If the conviction was a domestic violence charge or firearms related charge, you may have more problems finding employment.
How long does a misdemeanor charge stay on your record in Virginia is there a way to expunge the charge?
If the case has concluded and you have successfully completed your sentence (if any) you may present a petition/motion to the court to have your record expunged. The judge will consider the request and, after review, etiher grant your request or deny it. CAUTION: even if granted it is NOT A PARDON. The record of the charge will always remain on your history but the general public will not have access to that fact. Although…