If you were found guilty, it stays on your record forever.
Unable to answer - insufficient information. It depends on whether it is Petit Larceny (a Misdemeanor) or Grand Larceny (a Felony) - the past record of the perpetrator - and what penalty your particular state statute attaches to it.
If you have a misdemeanor charge in pa How long is it with you??
Petty larceny is a misdemeanor and it will stay on your record. It is best to try to get it taken care of through a lawyer. Depending on where you live it may be possible to get the conviction expunged.
Will get criminal record for petit larceny?
i have a possesion of marijuana charge from 2004
Misdemeanor offenses occurring after your 18th birthday will become a part of your permanent criminal history record.
how long does 4 degree assualt charge stay on your record in the state of Washington
5 to 7 years
In the state of North Carolina, a misdemeanor conviction stays on a person's record for life unless it is something that can be expunged. For instance, if a person is convicted of a larceny misdemeanor in North Carolina, they can request that the record be expunged 15 years after the date of the conviction, as long as they have had no other convictions during those 15 years. If the person was a minor when they were convicted, they may not have to wait 15 years to have it expunged. It is best to consult a lawyer on these kinds of issues.
It depends on if it is just a charge or if it was a conviction. Both will stay on your record indefinitely, but a charge will only be visible to police.
Your ADULT criminal history is a permanent record.
it depends, on which state you live in.
A misdemeanor offense - if you received it after you became an adult (over 18)- will always appear on your record. Criminal offenses do not expire or "go away."
The fact that you were arrested, the charge, AND the fact that it was dsimissed WILL appear (unless expunged).
The record of your arrest and the charge will always remain, but the fact that the charges were dropped will also appear.
A crime stays on your record for life. You could apply to the court to have it expunged.
It will be on your record for life but, if you are under 18, it will stay on your juvenile record and your juvenile record will be sealed (to the public only) when you are 18 unless you commit a crime that involves prison time.
Sentences are case specific. Talk to your attorney.
Forever. Never leaves you.