What was your conviction for, what was your sentence, and were you a juvenile at the time?
It was for possession. probation was my sentence. I thought this was supposed to go away after the probation period, an SIS?
I was 19 years old.
No, convictions are not automatically expunged. The conviction will still be on your record.
So how do i get it expunged?
A person is eligible for expungement in Missouri if the arrest was based on false information and the following conditions exist:
As such, it appears that under current Missouri law, you aren't eligible for expungement.
No. 3 would apply to me.
Number 3 would apply to me.
You have to meet all the requirements, not just one.
Yes, notice that at the end of #4 it says "and," not "or."
I know this is not the answer you were hoping for, but I can only be honest with you about the state of the law.
What does suspended imposition of sentence mean? That is an SIS, right?
That means that the judge witholds imposing the sentence while you are on probation. It does not affect your eligibility for an expungement. However...
you may want to check the Misourri criminal history website. Often times old convictions don't show up on background checks.
You can see what's on your criminal history through this website:
By doing that, you will be able to see what they will or won't find.
If nothing comes up, you are in the clear.
If something does, at least you will know what you are dealing with.
I did check it on US search and it shows this
Maybe I will try your website link
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