Juvenile record for graffitti
Generally, a graffiti case should be dismissed after completing requirement especially if it was his first petition.
However, a person 18 years and older can petition the court to seal the record if he hasn't got into any more trouble for the previous 3 years which it appears is the case for your son and by statute the case will be sealed automatically after reaching 21 years of age except for law enforcement. It is important to remember that the juvenile case is not a "conviction" in the first place.
I'm a juvenile and I need a way to get a court disposition or something that explains the theft that I've made or also something that says my case is closed . I'm Juvenile in 17 years old and I need this paper for a program called DACA
Go down to the Family Court services building on Pecos and Bonanza and the Clerk will print out a certified copy of you case history.See question
I am filing for sealing of records and I HAVE TO NOTE DOWN the details.
The scope refers to your criminal history which you have to produce as an exhibit before you can file the petition to seal. You submit your fingerprint cards to the various law enforcement agencies who will print out your scope.See question
I been on felony probation for 1 year and 9 months now. I have been having problems getting work. I went to goodwill job center for help in looking for work. The career center lady said i don't have to explain that i am on probation for my felony ...
Generally, job applications ask if you have been convicted of a Felony. I'm not sure how you negotiated the plea or whether it drops down to a non-felony after you complete probation but either way I would "soften" the facts and circumstances on the explanation part to make the employer feel that you will be a good worker despite making a mistake in the past.See question
I was tagged for speeding in a speed trap set up so that an officer was on an overpass with a radar gun and 8 other officers were on the side of the road and would pull over whichever car the radar officer said was speeding. My question is, is my ...
That's a good question generally the prosecutor needs the officer with the radar gun who can testify that he operated properly and can establish that it was calibrated to read within a range or margin of error. Also, the arresting officer based on his training and experience could testify that he visually confirmed you were speeding if that was the case.See question
I am filing for sealing of records and I HAVE TO NOTE DOWN THE FINAL DISPO.
DISPO means how the case was disposed. The unknown reference means that the source of the disposition has yet to be updated in the system or the matter is still pending.See question
Dui was in 2011 and court ordered him to a 9 month program at his last court date in 2013 because he's a multiple offender. But we moved to Henderson NV.
You need to consult with a lawyer in California who can advise you of the waiting period before you can petition the court to expunge of seal the record. For instance, you have to wait 7 years in Nevada before you are eligible to petition the court to seal your record.See question
Once upon a time I had an arrest warrant. I was traveling for work and so me and my lawyer worked it out so the bondsman could post bail and remove my warrant. I was never booked, never went to the jail and then upon my return to the state of Neva...
Most people worry their mug shots being indexed during a google search. Obviously, there is no public record of your photo and the local agency does not appear to have your finger prints since you were never "booked."
However, your fingerprints may exist separate from this incident in a federal database if they were required for a job application or some other purpose like to enlist in the military.
5 years ago my daughter was with a girl who stole from a store. The police saw that the girl was stealing and not my daughter on camera and the manager also said my daughter wasn't stealing. Though, they got my daughter's license plates, came to m...
Your daughter is eligible to file a petition to seal her arrest record and misdemeanor conviction 2 years after the case has been closed out. If the matter is sealed, which it should be, she can truthfully answer under penalty of perjury that she has never been arrested or convicted.See question
My friend got poss sch 1st and 2nd being that this is first charge can he get probation
You are eligible for probation on a first time PCS charge. However, these cases especially for first time offenders can be negotiated and reduced to a non-felony disposition even without formal probation.See question