As for your record, it would depend on what if anything you plead guilty to. Regarding the missing community service, you should be worried as there is most probably a warrant out for your arrest. It would be much better if you dealt with the matter voluntarily instead of waiting for the police to pick you up. The court is not very interested in your busy schedule. I suggest returning to court as soon as possible to clear up the warrant and request a second chance to complete the community service. Good luck.
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Immediately contact your criminal defense lawyer or get one. Your failure to perform commune service probably resulted a warrant for your arrest. Yes the warrant for arrest will be on your record. Take care of it now. Rearrange your busy schedule or face being arrested and possibly serving a jail sentence for failure to perform community service and the underlying charges instead of community service may have a jail alternative.
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If you did not do the community service your case was likely restored and you have a bench warrant. The case will show up on a background search. I suggest you retain a criminal defense lawyer ASAP to clear the warrant and get the case dismissed and sealed. I often handles these matters.
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