As for that charge, you can put NO on the application since the conviction will no longer be there.Ask a similar question
Tricky territority. The correct answer is yes and it was expunged.
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Whether or not it still shows up on a background check will depend on the kinds of records the court orders expunged. If it only orders that judicial records be expunged, the charge will likely show up on a background check. Only an expungement of executive branch records would give you the chance of completely clearing a background check.Ask a similar question
The answer depends on whether it is an expungement that seals judicial records or judicial AND administrative records. The latter is unlikely and if it is the former, the offense will still show up on a background check.
As a result, the correct answer is "yes-and it was expunged.
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