Can a felony form your record be removed in the state of Florida
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No, they will ask you questions about your driving record, but they can get your record from the state you are applying in.
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No. A felony from any state remains on your record for life.
The amount of time a driving record covers varies from state to state, but all will report any tickets or accidents that occurred in that state.
You absolutely can have your criminal record expunged if you meet your specific state's eligibility requirements. Requirements for record expungement vary from state to state, but I'm not aware of any state that bans expungement completely. When a record is expunged, it is physically destroyed. When a record is sealed, it is not destroyed but it is made unavailable to the public.
Another state cannot expunge your record. Your record can only be cleared by the court system of the state in which you were originally convicted.
How long violations stay on your record varies from state to state. In Maine, a violation will stay on your driving record for one year.
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how long does 4 degree assualt charge stay on your record in the state of Washington
Yes because it will still be on your personal record wich you ,i don't think,can change.
If you qualify for the program, you can apply to have your record expunged.
Your driving record starts fresh when you get a license in a new state, BUT your INSURANCE RECORD follows you around, where ever you go. All states are linked now so if you have a hold on your license in one state when you go to get your license in another state they won't let you get your license until the hold is removed in whatever state that is.
Yes, your criminal record, like your driving record, will never go away.
What you are talking about is called a Record Expungment. Requirements vary from state to state. The best thing to do would be to consult with an attorney in the jurisdiction where the criminal record was created.
You must petition to have your record expunged. The method differs from state-to-state so you will have to make inquiries regarding this process.See below link for info on WA state:
Assuming you are asking about a criminal record, you would pull your criminal record from the appropriate state agency.
Depends on the state, but they probably don't come off of your record.