What is the average time a felony stays on your record?
A felony will stay on your record for life. Even if you expunge your record it will still be there.
Felonies are permanent. The felony does not (drop) from your record after a set period of time. Felonies can be removed from your record by expungement or if you appeal your case and are found innocent. Expungement of the felony are only allowed if this is the only legal conviction you have. As I would use to do is call a first time free consultation lawyer and find out for nothing. Hopes this helps
What record are you referring to? Your driving record; Stays with you ALWAYS from the very first time you get your licnese issued. Your criminal record; Your juvenile record be shielded from public view after your 18the birthday. Your adult record will always be with you. It doesn't "go away" after the passage of a certain amount of time.
How do you check to see if a felony show is up on your record even if you were on deferred adjudication probation and decided to go do the actual time in jail?
That's a VERY vague question and depends on the following: What state you live in, what felony was charged, if the defendant has a previous record and details involving the incident. The law is subjective, so someone with no criminal record will receive a lesser sentence than someone with previous convictions; also the state and felony charged will determine how much time they will have to do (if any at all)
What if you plead to a felony but after you were done with your sentence it was designated a misdemeanor?
How long does a felony record remain available for public access such as employment background checks?
In most states conviction of a felony for an adult will always remain a matter of public record. Some states have statutes which allow only certain individuals to obtain this information. Investigate whether your convicting State has an expungement process to remove the felony. It costs time and money to pursue, but it would be nice to have your life back, wouldn't it?
That would depend on how you were charged within the court system. It could be found in your case file. * In all US states a "driving under the influence" conviction is a felony, although the classification of the felony may depend upon the circumstances of the violation. Felony and most misdeameanor convictions become a permanent part of a convicted adult's criminal record. jaDepends. In Arizona if you have two or more DUI's within 5…
Can you get your record expundged for the non felony conviction of hit and run so that you can get a job It was only charged as a felony because the amount of vehicle damage was over a thousand dollar?
If you are referring to your criminal record, you can apply to have it expunged of the offense - HOWEVER - whatever charge appears on your motor vehicle drivers license record is permanent. It is maintained as a running compendium of your ENTIRE driving history from the time you received your first permit.