Misdemeanor Under 18 Stay Record

misdemeanor under 18 stay record

Hunter Woods Wisconsin Buzz

i have a petty theft juvenile misdemeonor on my record and am currently 16 i was wondering if it really does get taken off at age 18 and how once is it taken off can employers see it when they make a backround check once you turn 18 are you required to tell them that you have had a misdemeanor on a job application am i required to tell them that i have a misdemeanor now, if you commit other crimes after you have received a youth record your record for the earlier crimes will stay open longer if you commit other crimes when your during the access period and are over 18 your youth record becomes part of your adult record this will be a permanent criminal record and may be publicly accessible

how long does a misdemeanor stay on your record can all misdemeanors be expunged what is this process like and how long does it usually take if you have been charged with a misdemeanor you have a much better possibility of being able to have the charge expunged from your record than if you have been charged with a felony, conviction of misdemeanor under 18 if you were convicted of a misdemeanor like simple assault or shoplifting when under 18 you can expunge the record if you wait two years to apply and if you dont have any felony or misdemeanor convictions within that time except minor traffic offenses, will a misdemeanor committed as a minor show up on background checks as an adult i was involved in a misdemeanor at the age of 16 im now 19 will it appear on background checks, you may think does a misdemeanor make me a criminal or what will my mother think but most likely you are thinking how long does a misdemeanor stay on your record the answer of course is it depends however for most adults over the age of 18 the unfortunate reality is that misdemeanors last forever