How Long Does a Misdemeanor Stay on Your Record?


A misdemeanor stays on record forever. If you want it expunged, you can go to the courthouse where you were charged, tried and found guilty and ask the clerk for an annulment on the charge in question and you can ask the clerk for any help filling out this form which will be presented to a judge and he or she will make the decision to annul the charge from your record.
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A misdemeanor will always be on your record. What matters is how far back an employer decides to look on your record.
1. Obtain as much personal data as you can about the person whose record you are looking for, particularly if the person's name is common. With common names you are likely to need
A conviction for a misdemeanor or felony stays on your record forever,
I'm not sure what you mean by waiting for 7 years-there is no requirement that you wait seven years before a conviction can be set aside. If you want to petition to have it set aside
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