Yes. If you are convicted of a crime after age 18, it will be on your public record forever. The good news is that many criminal background checks that employers run only look for certain crimes, so something like 'jaywalking' isn't going to be reported in the check and your employer won't know about it.
Yes it will no matter how small it will show up.
Unless the offense was committed before your 18th birthday, your adult criminal record always stays with you.
Yes. The arrest will still appear there along with the notation indicating the case was "dropped" (or "dismissed" or "whatever")
Yes. Misdemeanors are criminal offenses, and therefore appear on a criminal background check.
No. But it may still be in the court records forever, filed under the names of the parties.
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.
I have a friend who received a misdemeanor in a case about 6-7 years ago that was dismissed, but he had court fines to pay and it is still showing up on his record. How long does this contiue to show up on his record for employment and other issues? He was wrongly accused of disaplening(Spell check) his child and the child reported him doing something more than what really happened, but the COPS said otherwise so it all turned on him and he got a misdemeanor charge against him and it was overturned by not only the legal courts, but the family courts. It still shows on his record a misdemeanor that he has to explain every time it is brought up. Please tell me this has a time limitation on it!
Unless you were under 18 years of age back then, yes, it would still appear.
Present a petition/motion to the court requesting, and giving good reason, why your record should be 'expunged.' It can only be done after the successful completion of your sentence and, if it is even granted, it does not mean you were 'pardoned.' Altho the public may not have access to it, your record will still be available to law enforcement and the courts.
im a cna your record must be very cleared because of state regulation
No, if charges were dropped without trial then you should have a clean record. Talk to your local station and ask to see your record to be sure there isn't anything there.
It will still show an arrest on your record.
No I didn't... Why? Did you hear something? I am not a lawyer, and this is not legal advice. ----
Yes, you can. The Licensing Board will look for felonies, or misdemeanor charges pertaining to theft, drugs, or assault.
Depends on the misdemeanor.