I was set up by family members and was assaulted by them. When I finally got away I was pulled over by the police for running a stop sign. Another police officer came and said I assaulted the other family member. Which I did not. I was then arrest...
There is no way to get it off your record, the court record associated with the charge is public and always will be.
You may be able to delete nonconviction/arrest data with WSP if you were fingerprinted as part of the arrest, but that information is not public in the first instance.See question
When I was 15 or 16 I got a felony and a mip , completed probation with no problems. I was wondering sense I got a DUI when I was 19 will my juvenile record come back or is it sealed sense I had no other convictions before I turned 18
Some juvenile records are automatically sealed and some are not, there's no way to tell without contacting the court and asking. If the records have been sealed, they would become unsealed only if you're charged with a felony as an adult. A DUI is usually not a felony.See question
I was involved in a hit and run situation Jan of last year. It was due to weather conditions (heavy fog) I smashed into a fence and got high centered on a communication box. I panicked because I had had 1 beer about 45 mins prior to the crash and ...
You have to complete all conditions of your sentence, including probation and fines, and then wait another three years after that.See question
I have a theft 3 charge from 2011 and I owe 1799.00 still. I can't get approved for any job that does a background check and I went to school and they denied me. I also can't get approved for a place to live because of this theft so I don't really...
You have to pay off the fine and then wait another three years after that.See question
I was convicted of DV and Assault IV back in 2010 when I got into a fight with my brother. It's my first and only conviction. I no longer live in Washington.
Take a look at my legal guide: http://tinyurl.com/jzjlqf7
You'll want to hire a lawyer since you now live out of state. It'll be cheaper than travelling back here in order to appear in court yourself.See question
I was recently ticketed for going 27 mph in a school zone. However, there were no children present and school was not scheduled to be out for over 10 minutes. If I contest this, will this information be helpful to getting the ticket dropped? I...
It depends on what kind of school zone it was. Some say during certain hours, some say when lights are flashing, and some say when children are present.See question
I had DV 4 charges on three separate dates and violation of a no contact order all in 1997. I have completed all court requirements by 1998.
The law says if you have more than one DV related misdemeanor conviction, you cannot expunge any of them unless they all occurred on the same day as part of the same case. Therefore, you are likely not eligible for that.
However, you may be eligible to restore your gun rights. Take a look at my legal guide: http://tinyurl.com/hka5dgcSee question
I HAVE A FELONY. 2013 I WAS CHARGED WITH ASSAULT IN THE 3RD DEGREE. OF COURSE ANY TIME I HAVE TO HAVE A BACKGROUND CHECK FOR EMPLOYMENT I NEVER GET THE JOB.... SO IS THERE ANY WAY OR THING THAT WOULD MAKE A DIFFERANCE OR THAT COULD BE DONE TO CHAN...
Assault 3 is a crime against persons and cannot be expunged by law. It is permanent.See question
Convicted of a class c felony in 1981 which subsequently had a request and order of dismissal filed in 1983 after deferral. Does that case have the same legal definition and benefit as one that is vacated? I am aware that the deferral may prec...
No, you need to take the further act of vacating the conviction under RCW 9.94A.640 if you want it vacated.
You may also be eligible to restore your firearm rights. Take a look at my legal guides:
I quit and gave notice that 15 February would be my last day my record shows terminated 17 February in my industry you can't be terminated and stay in it how can I get record changed?
This is not an expungement question, this is an employment law question.See question