Young man I know charged with sexual assault with a child 12 years ago. He was 17 she was 16 they were boyfriend/girlfriend. Father of girl dropped charges but it was too late and he was still convicted. The felony on his record has affected his life, needless to say. He was told that it was reduced about 7 years ago to injury to a child/3rd degree, but after looking on the county website today it is still there as CAPIAS/SEXUAL ASSAULT CHILD
Now he's 30 and needs a break. Is there anything he can do to remove or something the record? And if not how can he have the charge updated to injury child, it was not sexual assault, she was willing. Thank you.
DUI / DWI Attorney
See my answer to your previous question.
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Criminal Defense Attorney
One does not qualify for expunction if one was convicted (or got deferred or probation.)
Capias means there is a warrant for money owed.
Father cannot drop charges, and it was not a consensual sex situation because it is an absolute defense to consensual sex that the parties are within 3 years of age of each other - he would not have been convicted.
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