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    Initial charge reduced still on your record?

    In 1996 I had a class B misdemeanor charge reduced and pled guilty to a violation, a non-criminal offense in NY state. The fingerprint rap sheet record is sealed to govt employers except law...
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    I am a US citizen and I did the application by...

    I am a US citizen and I did the application by phone. I answered the questions about having served the past 12 months (no), felonies(no)

    I don't mind them asking me those questions, it's during...
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    Conviction and jury duty

    Hi. In 1996 I was charged in NY City with a misdemeanor but pled guilty to a violation, a non-criminal conviction.

    In 2002 I served jury selection for 2 days. During selection for a criminal case...
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    If someone else reports it before the employer to...

    If someone else reports it before the employer to the sw boards and they do an investigation and it's determined that the employer should have reported it and knew of it, the employer can be...
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    If the social worker has a license the employer...

    If the social worker has a license the employer could go to the licensing board and report it. The board could then investigate it and decide if the conduct was violative of any social work laws or...
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    Code on disposition slip?

    Hi. On my disposition slip from the court it lists the original charge. The guilty plea(PG), the 1 year conditional discharge(CD=1Y) but on the date I paid the $50 fine on 6/28/96 the column is...
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    Fr Chuck, in NY there are 2 types of sealing...

    Fr Chuck, in NY there are 2 types of sealing orders, the first is criminal procedure 160.50 where the fingerprints are destroyed(recalled from FBI) and court record sealed due to an acquittal or...
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    Fr Chuck--thanks for the clarification. So when I...

    Fr Chuck--thanks for the clarification. So when I am fingerprinted for a job via the FBI for a non-law enforcement job there should be a no record response but if I'm going to say visit Canada it may...
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    The consensus is that while there is no federal...

    The consensus is that while there is no federal law to expunge, the fbi honors state expungement orders


    Ny state says that the fbi will not expunge a record on it's own--only in response to a...
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    Expungement and FBI/NCIC records

    This post is meant really for Fr Chuck who seems to know how this works.

    I had an arrest for a class b misdemeanor for which I pled guilty to a violation, a non-criminal offense in NY state in...
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    Generally any conviction or judgment is a matter...

    Generally any conviction or judgment is a matter of public record as per the constitution or freedom of info laws. It doesn't matter which state it's in

    In NY, in a criminal case, the criminal...
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    It's not the conviction that's so bad. It's the...

    It's not the conviction that's so bad. It's the fact that these reports can be used to screen out otherwise qualified applicants from employment. Also, it says something about one's moral character...
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    I think individual states call the driving...

    I think individual states call the driving offenses different things, In NY there is DWI which is driving while intoxicated with a BAC of .08 or more, a first time offense being a misdemeanor, a...
  14. Question: Again, better but.

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    Again, better but.

    2 days ago I had chronic nausea with a headache, inability to take in foods or liquids, feeling tired, yet no fever at all. This happened on Christmas day and last year at exactly the same time....
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    Mom-22-i agree with the posters who said they...

    Mom-22-i agree with the posters who said they didn't think the rejection was about the dui--i agree it may be due to his unemployment, etc

    A dui is not the worst thing to be convicted of. There...
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    Someone back there--it's not the employer you'd...

    Someone back there--it's not the employer you'd sue for $1000 per day, it's the reporting company that wrongly provided the info to the employer.

    There's nothing illegal about asking of someone...
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    You're welcome and don't hesitate to ask more...

    You're welcome and don't hesitate to ask more questions as I have a violation so I am used to this stuff. One thing I've learned is NEVER EVER BREAK THE LAW AGAIN!! A non-criminal violation offense...
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    I hate to pick on just Best Buy, but, just using...

    I hate to pick on just Best Buy, but, just using them as a example, their corporate headquarter is in Minnesota. Does this mean the Texas law does not apply to them?
    All jobs applied for since...
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    If the employer that rejected your son was based...

    If the employer that rejected your son was based in Texas than the Texas fair credit statute mentioned should apply. The Texas statute applies not to where the case happened but rather where the...
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    Good point. I'm going to post on the city-com...

    Good point. I'm going to post on the city-com site to try to find out (I like bowling and softball)

    If you have any ideas as to those cluster of s's let me know what you think

    Thanks

    Rl
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    Consumer Reporting agencies and credit bureaus...

    Consumer Reporting agencies and credit bureaus are 2 different things. Credit bureaus are the 3 bureas where credit info is stored or housed like Equifax, transUnion and Experian. The only parties...
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    Licensing and Consumer Reporting are different...

    Licensing and Consumer Reporting are different things.

    When a Consumer Report is going to be prepared on a consumer, the consumer has to give their signed authorization for a Consumer Report to...
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    ... a couple of questions. Do you have a job? Do...

    ... a couple of questions. Do you have a job? Do you get a lot of exercise through athletics... do you eat 5-6 servings of fruits and vegetables a day? Do you have any bad habits?

    **hey, thanks...
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    Doing better, however.

    I was wondering about a cluster of symptoms I continually have and have had had since the spring of 2004, despite doing better

    I am currently 46. I am 5'7 and weigh 217. I am still overweight but...
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    I may be able to clear up some of the confusion...

    I may be able to clear up some of the confusion about credit reports and criminal checks.

    First, what it is really known as is a "Consumer Report" which contains several reports such as the...
  26. He was never convicted of a felony, and he has no...

    He was never convicted of a felony, and he has no obligation to reveal the petty offense. The question was limited to felonies, and did not ask about "any crime or offense" it only asked about...
  27. The answer to the OP's question is--it depends....

    The answer to the OP's question is--it depends. There are many methods employers use to obtain criminal records. A question that asks about felonies only could suggest that maybe the check will...
  28. Question: Indecent exposure

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    Not sure of Canada but in NY state public...

    Not sure of Canada but in NY state public lewdness is a class B misdemeanor which carries a potential jail sentence of 90 days and something like a $750 fine or more
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    The NY State office of Court Administration...

    The NY State office of Court Administration background check will report pending arrests. Not sure if all other court systems chacks report pending arrests or not
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    The FBI website that has to do with the public...

    The FBI website that has to do with the public obtaining copies of their FBI rap sheets says that any information on rap sheets is not there because of the FBI initiating it but because a state sent...
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    In '96 I was charged with a class B misdemeanor...

    In '96 I was charged with a class B misdemeanor but pled guilty to a violation, a non-criminal, non-fingerprintable offese in NY. After a year NY issued a "partial seal" which removed the...
  32. Question: Crime vs violation

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    A D felony is less serious than a C, B or A...

    A D felony is less serious than a C, B or A felony. In NY a second DWI offense(first DWI offense is a class A misdemeanor in NY) in a 5 year period is a class E felony
  33. Question: Crime vs violation

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    Crime vs violation

    Hello and good afternoon. In 1996 I Was charged with a class B misdemeanor but pled guilty to a violation in NY, which is a non-criminal offense. I had a conditional discharge, paid a $50 fine and in...
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    With a 160.55 sealing NY sends an expungement...

    With a 160.55 sealing NY sends an expungement order to the FBI. Supposedly there is supposed to be a "no record found" if you are printed by the FBI for a job. I think you mentioned that the prints...
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    Questions about record

    Hello and good afternoon. In 1996 I was charged with a class B misdemeanor in NY but pled guilty to a violation, a non-fingerprintable offense in NY. I paid a $50 fine and received a conditional...
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    Father Chuck, I haven't heard from you-- what do...

    Father Chuck, I haven't heard from you-- what do you think? If NY sent the FBI an expungement order and Ga licensing checks my record with the FBI and GCIC(Ga crime info center) which may contain...
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    Thanks. I never would lie about the record. It's...

    Thanks. I never would lie about the record. It's just that this is the first time ever that I would have to reveal this matter (it didn't affect my ability to rent another apartment; because of my...
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    If NY state sent a sealing order to the FBI...

    If NY state sent a sealing order to the FBI telling them to expunge their files of thie arrest event, wouldn't this be sealed to employers and licensing agencies (except to immigration, law...
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    Will the fact that NY state sent a sealing order...

    Will the fact that NY state sent a sealing order to the FBI prevent the record from being seen, or does law enforcement do the check ( I remember you mentioned that law enforcement checks are not...
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    The license is for a social worker (LMSW) which I...

    The license is for a social worker (LMSW) which I have been since 1990 in NY. The disposition charge in NY was a non-criminal violation of disorderly conduct. Not a conviction of moral turpitude,...
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    Very grey area--applying for prof'l license

    Hello and good evening. I have a professional license to do what I do. I have had it since 1990. In 1996 I was charged with a class B misdemeanor in NY but pled guilty to a 'violation", a...
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    Thanks. Sounds accurate.

    Thanks. Sounds accurate.
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    Thanks for the info. I'm not dissapointed by what...

    Thanks for the info. I'm not dissapointed by what you say. I suspected that NCIC law enforcement keeps the prints on file as NY does for law enforcement

    What about a professional licensing agency...
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    Thanks for the prompt and courteous reply(other...

    Thanks for the prompt and courteous reply(other similar type boards have some angry people responding to others' concerns and questions).

    So assuming NY sent the FBI an expungement order(NY is...
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    Arrests that had been expunged from FBI

    Hello and good afternoon. Back in NY in 1996 I was charged with a class b misdemeanor but pled guilty to a non-criminal offense, known as a 'violation"(not a fingerprintable offense) in NY state. I...
  46. Question: Credit Rating

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    It doesn't show on your "credit report" about how...

    It doesn't show on your "credit report" about how you pay your bills. However if a lender, employer, etc uses a Consumer Reporting Company it can include a criminal report. It's known as your...
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