I had been arrested for shoplifting (19 at the time). Never charged but I assume the arrest record exists. I am in university so one day I hope to get a decent job and I hear that employers can see ...
have a friend that has a restraining order against him (order of protection) he violated it once and went through all the court proceedings; it was dropped in the end. In the mean time he received a D...
I messed up and told this guy i was gonna *F*** him up for calling my wife and now his police officer buddy called me and said that he was gonna find out who i was. I deleted my number and changed it ...
A guy that stalked me was convicted of domestic violence. (He threw his gf on the ground, kicked her head and body repeatedly) He plead guilty to the charge. However, I heard that after he completes probation the conviction will be off of his record.
However, I heard that he recently missed a probation appointment due to army duties. (I think that is why the judge ws sympathetic to him.) The police then put a warrant out and he went to jail.
Could this probation violation make it so he won't get the conviction off his record? Or will the judge accept the excuse that he had army duties.?
He does reserve training stuff.
I was hoping that this conviction woudl stick for him. He stalked me and threatened my life many times but I was scared by his threats and never followed through with pressing charges.
no matter what it'll stay on his record. army or not. I have one from some bs a girl said i did. its really easy to get involved in one if your with the wrong person. Beating someone is a different story thats crazy right there., But lets be honest we have all threatened to kill someone or something in or life out of anger and before you know it you're realizing how stupid it sounded because you know you'll never kill anybody. Mines from orange county. You'll get a dv case just for raising your voice. Beating is unexceptionable though, you should get a restraining order. Hold off on pressing charges until you get the restraining order. Make sure not to press charges untill you truly know you want to go through with it and feel he deserves another 3 years of hell. Get that restraining order though so its on file!
the conviction will not be taken off his criminal history. it will always show up when his criminal history is ran. But it will show cleared when the probation is over MEANING that he is no longer on probation but the original charge will still show
odds are the court will be sympathetic since he is in the military and had a legitimate excuse for not being there. diid any of these threats happen while he was on probation? if so, tell his probation officer and make a statement to the police. that would be enough to violate his probation.