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I recently got accepted to a medical professions school and am concerned about this arrest that happened about six years ago. I have no prior criminal record, but I have heard that I could have a felony assault (!) on my record. How can this be so, if I never went to court, never talked to a lawyer or a judge, and was simply released? How could I have a felony on my record without ever having the chance to argue my case? Upon my release, I asked what I was charged with, and was told all charges are dropped. I assumed nothing would be on my record, but now I am concerned. My questions is, if I was never charged with anything, how can there be a charge on my record, and what would my record say?