I had several drinks. My daughter needed me to come get her phone while at a activity after school. She was made at me cause I was late. She was 17 attacked me. Even though I never touched her. I was charged with AI and assault of a minor. 4th degree. She told them I didn't touch her but I was still charged. I was asked to resign and teaching was my life. It's been hard the last 3 years and can't find work. My daughter is almost 21 and knows I have went through severe depression.
It depends on whether the charges are expungeable. Contact an attorney to evaluate The issues you face.
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If you pled or was found guilty the conviction will show up on your criminal history as you are now a convicted criminal. You should have been advised of this by your lawyer at the time of your conviction. You may not be eligible to have this charge expunged as it is a crime against a child. Again, something your attorney should have advised you when you pled guilty.
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Under KY law you can move to expunge the foregoing charges of AI and assault 4th degree, exactly 5 years after the completion of your sentence. You should contact a lawyer in your county to see if your conviction can be set aside or dismissed early. The 5 year rule is only applicable if you have no other offenses before and after the conviction in question.
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I agree with my colleagues. Contact an attorney to determine if your conviction can be expunged.
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