I got a ticket of Hit and Run back in 2011 in Jackson Hole, WY. and i have to go to court to explain what was going on.I paid off to the owner of the car that i hit right after that. The court people told me that i am clear and good to go. I am not US citizen. I don't know if it will affect to my immigration in the future. I am still able to get job, and go to college without any any problem even if they check my criminal background.
Is that correct if i say, my record is clean ?
I am not really sure, that why i am asking.
Thank you so much
No clue as none of us have your record......................................
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"Going to court to explain what was going on" can mean a number of things. Were you subpoenaed to testify at a trial of some sort? Is the ticket unpaid and you have an outstanding warrant of some sort? No one can answer your question without the details, and placing them on a public website forum is not exactly prudent. Find a good criminal defense attorney in Teton County here on AVVO or contact the WY Bar Association in Cheyenne for a referral.
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I am not sure what you are asking. Did you plead guilty to the hit and run? If you do not have a warrant and have dealt with the case in Court, that is good. Whether the charge will remain on your record is another question. If you were an adult when you were charged and you pled guilty, then that charge will stay on your record indefinitely. If you were a juvenile, were acquitted of the charge or received a deferred prosecution, you may be able to have the charge removed from your record. We practice in Teton County, Wyoming regularly and may be able to assist you. You will need to hire a lawyer in order to get a clear answer to your question.
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