Arson is a criminal charge for setting fires.
jury tampering is a criminal charge that starts with "j"
I live in Utah and I have found there is no difference
If you are referring to a dismissal of a criminal charge - the record of your arrest and the charge will always appear on your criminal history record AND ALSO the fact that the charge was dismissed.
It may depend on the natrure of the criminal charge, and what the state licensing board regulations allow.
Yes. Vandalism is a criminal offense.
No Criminal charge. Civil is non criminal.
A criminal information is a criminal charge that is brought by prosecutor rather than by a grand jury. A charge from a grand jury is called an indictment.
There is no sentence for a search warrant. If, during the search, evidence of a crime is found, a criminal charge may be filed. The sentence, if a person is found guilty of the criminal charge, will depend upon what the criminal charge is.
The question makes no sense. A "charge" refers to a criminal charge. A civil case refers to a case that is not criminal.