It is always a good idea to get a charge like that expunged, if possible. Look here for more info:
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Any type of conviction of a crime can impact your ability to receive a license depending on the requirements of the governing body. If you have not been convicted of any further crimes, and your punishment has been over, you are most likely eligible for an expungement. This would remove the conviction from your record, though you may have to still disclose it depending on the governing body's requirements.
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It will show up on your record and it may have an impact on your license application. To have the record properly expunged, first contact an attorney or the link below to see if you are eligible. Expungements are a process and not immediate so if this is an option for you, do it sooner rather than later.Ask a similar question