NY does not expunge. If your case was disposed of with a disorderly conduct, that is a violation and not a crime. You have not been convicted of a crime and the matter will be sealed after a year and will not be made available to anyone (though the feds and law enforcement would know about it).
New York State does not expunge.
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There is no expungement. Full sealing of a violation can occur upon motion of your attorney.
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There is no law allowing New York records to be expunged except in rare drug treatment pleas. Your record should be sealed after one year; however, it is a public record during that one year. There is no law prohibiting private background check companies from collecting that information while it is public and using it after it is sealed. There is not a single way that background checks are done but regardless you have not been convicted of a crime and do not have a criminal record.
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E-how is not an attorney site, and it would seem the writer is not a NY attorney. NY does not automatically expunge anything...
the only types of cases expungeable in NY are drug cases oddly enough...
a disorderly conduct is not a crime and generally is not a bar to any employment at all... good luck!