The charge was originally deferred but I got new charges when I had 3 months left on the deferred. I entered into and graduated adult felony drug court post conviction on both charges. I completed all treatment requirements and parenting classes.
Endangerment with a controlled substance is considered a 'crime against persons' as is generally prohibited from being vacated, but you mentioned your conviction was a Class C felony and that charge is usually Class B, so it may be worth looking at a bit further. Drug court will often result in the reduction of an offense, so I would recommend contacting an attorney to review your records and determine what options you may.
It may also be possible to restore your civil rights, including firearm rights following that charge.
Many of us offer free consultations to review records, so it doesn't hurt to reach out.
You would need an individualized consultation, you have not provided sufficient information to make a determination.
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