Assuming you're working and your credit is decent, there should be no problem. Your record should be clear.
Not without parental permission. And you will not be able to rent a room or apartment at 16, you have to be an adult.
The criminal offense for which you are serving the sentence of probation will always remain on your criminal history record, unless expunged. Your drivers license violation will always remain on your drivers record. Your drivers record is PERMANENT record and cannot be expunged.
Not without a court order.
I Think No Because Without Kitchen There Can't make Food.Kitchen is Immportant and without it it can't be a apartament.
If you are within 5 months of turning 18 you can move out and your parnets can't do nothing about it.
If you get a ticket for crossing a rail train, is this will appear on your record
In the Sims 2? In the Sims 2 Apartment Life you cannot get an apartment as a Teen without hacks or mods. By 16 do you mean teen?
Not without a co-signer for a lease.
No I have bought houses without moving any furniture out of my apartment without problems
You can't, you need Apartment Life to do that.
No, an induvidual can not photograph/videotape you without your concent on privet property. If this action occurs, you can pursure legal actions.
You can get skype and you can chat without getting in trouble or YOU NEED TO GET A FACEBOOK BADLY IF YOU ARE READING THIS=)
you don't without getting the charge overturned and the record expunged
The use of expunged records, with/without conviction of the accused, will be tantamount to using evidence that does not exist.If the giver of such evidence is unawares that it was expunged, it is the duty of the defendant to point it out. The court has to strike the evidence so presented off the record.If on the other hand, the evidence is purposefully given, with knowledge of the expunging and the knowledge can be proved, the giver can be liable to being accused of concocting evidence, defamation, misusing due process and purposefully misleading the court.Added: If the criminal records you cite existed from BEFORE you had them expunged, the employer may not be liable for anything. The expunction law only guarantees that the PUBLIC records (available via the government) will be expunged. Unless you served the employer with a copy of the expunction order, how could they have possibly known of it. There is no way the government can control any copies of your records which may possibly exist in private hands from prior to the expunction date.
Trouble always finds me. Everyone wants a life without troubles.
yes you can get in a lot of trouble
You'd still be limited to whatever jobs you'd be eligible for without an expunged record. An expungement does not relieve you of the conviction - it only makes it less accessible to the general public. It'll still show up on a background check.
you can get in a wholeleap of trouble
Only if you let them!! If a person has been staying in your apartment you can evict him yourself if he is not part of your lease.
Your question is not very clear, but no.
it depends on where you are if you live in a medical state and your caught without a prescription your in big trouble, in decriminalized states like MA you get fined in the other states you will get a criminal trial then let out a rapist to arrest you
Yes. There are criminal penalties for a person who knowingly marries again without divorcing their spouse.Yes. There are criminal penalties for a person who knowingly marries again without divorcing their spouse.Yes. There are criminal penalties for a person who knowingly marries again without divorcing their spouse.Yes. There are criminal penalties for a person who knowingly marries again without divorcing their spouse.
If you were found out, I would say a lot of trouble, but depending if they take it to court or not. I would say you would still have to pay the tow fee, and probably then some depending on the company.