- Mar 23, 2011
Thank you, that was very helpful.ShadowKatt said:Actually, after the infraction is expunged from your record, whether it be on a resume, application, or interview, once that charge leaves your criminal record you no longer have to disclose it. At least in the US, I can't speak for other countries.CM156 said:Come to think of it, does it go away on its own? I think we need an e-lawyer.
And even when applying for jobs, they ask you if you have ever been charged with a crime, so my hunch is no.
Other examples of the same judiciary practices would be Bankruptcy and Foreclosure, after several years, 7 I believe, it's wiped off your credit report and can no longer be held against you legally.
Not meant to derail the topic, but that's helpful information that people can use.
OT: This happens with every new change on a website. Remember on Red vs Blue a few years back where they got rid of the ?mod points? system? There was about a week of whining and moaning, and then, about 85% of the people who said they were going to leave stayed, and things went back to normal. I forsee that here.