It depends on what charge you were ultimately convicted of. If it was the original charge, you would have a criminal record. If it was a reduced charge, you may not have a criminal record. Get a certificate of disposition.
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The question is not clear. If the plea was to a non-criminal charge then there is no criminal record. Check your certificate of disposition. Good luck.
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Yes. It sounds as if you were convicted by plea of Criminal Possession of a Weapon 4th degree, an A misdemeanor.
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