how long does a criminal charge,not a conviction stay on your record,forever?

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12 Responses to how long does a criminal charge,not a conviction stay on your record,forever?

  1. vanman8u says:

    It depends on who is looking at the record. A judge would have access to it forever. Other people and places wouldnt be able to see it unless its status was still pending.

  2. Beckmack says:

    ddepends on what charge. if its a felony then you will have to go to court to get it taken off. a misdameanor I think 5 years

  3. Tony J says:

    Basically, it stays there forever until you go through the arduous process of having it removed.

  4. msladysmith says:

    I think it is forever.

  5. Seeker_of_Truth says:

    if you were only charged and then it was dropped itcan’t be on your record

  6. frog says:

    The fact that a charge is made, will remain in police files for life.

  7. willtdn says:

    if you were charged and printed and mugged—it will stay there even if you were found not guilty or the charges were dropped==there are certain things that can be espohged from your record==meaning it can be removed through a court order===you would need an attorney =to do this for you.

  8. iD2 says:

    - basically there forever
    - however, if it’s your only offense…and it wasn’t as big then it is usually not much of concern.
    - if you happen to be charged again with something, the judge WILL look back on your records. If it is anything relavent to what you did before, it IS a concern.

    =]

  9. john n says:

    Given the presumption of innocence until guilt is proven, a charge that doesn’t conclude in a conviction should be expunged.
    Certainly in the worst case scenario ,the court can be petitioned in order for the charge(s) to be removed.

  10. hq3 says:

    Forever. But only few people will have access to it.

  11. marcus93257 says:

    DON’T WORRY I ONLY HAVE A WRAP SHEET AS LONG AS A CONCERTO, AND I DID OK. GOT A COLLEGE EDUCATION, IT WORK OUT BUT IT WAS HARD. YOU WILL MAKE! HOLD THE COURSE.

  12. kiddo732001 says:

    I had a criminal charge about 13 yrs ago and and it was dropped and never brought up again even when a criminal check was done… I have done well for myself so don’t worry about it ok.

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