Can you tell me if there is a statue of limitations for Felony check fraud? If there is how can a person get it taken off their record? Since the conviction the person has obtained a degree but, is unable to find gainful employment on the back ground check is completed.
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Thank you for your question. Be sure to go ahead and bookmark www.nateanswers.com for future questions.In what state was this conviction? And, how much was the Check fraud?
The state was Georgia $400.00 fines have been paid to cover the amount of the check occurred in 2005
In Georgia, the only way to get a prior conviction off your record is to have entered the plea originally under First Offender status. If you did not do that, it is permanently on your record.
The only other thing to do if it was not a First Offender plea is to request a pardon from the governor. Information on how that can be done is here
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