We had to go to family counseling is this on my record as a felony? I did not have to serve any time. Or anything she is now a married mother 33.
Whether or not it is a felony depends on what you were convicted of. It doesn't sound like a felony, but you should contact the clerk of court and find out how to access old criminal records. A felony is any charge with a maximum possible penalty of more than a year, even if you got less.
I agree with Mr. Richman and it sounds like this incident of domestic violence happend 20 years ago if I am reading the question correctly. If you plead guilty or were convicted of a felony then yes it would still be on your record. But this incident does not sound like a felony. You can check your criminal history through the Washington State Patrol for a small fee.
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The charge reflected on your record will be what you were found guilty of. If you cannot remember after 20 years, you will need to contact the clerk of the court in which the proceedings took place. The amount of time you have to serve does not affect the charge. As previously mentioned, you can serve 0 days and the conviction will still reflect on your record. It is best to contact the Court in which the proceedings took place or State Patrol to get a copy of the judgment and sentence and/or a copy of your record. Best of luck.
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