Criminal attachment charge is a court order to arrest an individual who failed to appear in court in response to the witness subpoena.
In South Carolina, a misdemeanor marijuana charge stays on your record for life. However, there is an opportunity to request an expungement, provided the individual has no other criminal record.
an ordinance violation is not a criminal charge, if you have a criminal record, that possession violation wont be on there. pay your fine and that's the end of it, itll show up if someone searches your name on the circuit court website but that's it. no criminal record, therefore if a job application or anything asks if you've been charged with a criminal offense, you can still put no assuming you havent done anything else
A drug conviction in Wisconsin never is taken off the a criminal record. Generally, an employer can find a conviction if he or she digs enough.
no, as long as you provide everything your children need (food,decent housing, own beds etc) and dont smoke it around them or have shifty people around.
Possession of marijuana
I believe it means Possession of Marijuana.
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Failure to Appear
Theft of service by check
Theft of property By Check
Arson is a criminal charge for setting fires.
jury tampering is a criminal charge that starts with "j"
It means that the code the officer used to enter the charge was OBSolete. The charge is still in affect, but the officer just put in the wrong code. The *OBS* is supposed to deter anyone from using it
I live in Utah and I have found there is no difference
A criminal charge is a charge brought forth by law enforcement for a legally punishable crime. An example of criminal charges might be murder, theft, grand theft, and shoplifting.
If you are referring to a dismissal of a criminal charge - the record of your arrest and the charge will always appear on your criminal history record AND ALSO the fact that the charge was dismissed.