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Can you explain a little bit more? Are you saying you got everything expunged but it still shows a conviction?
yes it does
What conviction does it show?
Name: Keri Johnson
Source: Individual Nc Courts
Case Number: 01660onslow 2008cr 053216
Case Type: Misdemeanor
Offense Date: 04/27/2008
On 04/27/2008 defendant was charged with 14-223 Arraigned:resisting Public Officer
On 09/24/2008 the court ruled Dismissal Without Leave By Da
thats one of them
Case Number: 01660onslow 2008crs053324
Case Type: Felony
On 05/03/2008 defendant was charged with Common Law Arraigned:felony Obstructing Justice
On 05/20/2009 the court ruled Dismissal - Deferred Prosecution
heres what it says for the other two
They both say dismissed.
Please son't post personal information
On 05/03/2008 defendant was charged with Common Law Arraigned:obstructing Justice
On 08/12/2008 the court ruled Superseding Process Or Superseding Indictment
and heres the other one i found
Please stop posting your personal info.
oh i apologize
This is a public forum.
oh ok... i had no idea
The first two look to be dismissed. The third one that says "superseding indictment" means a later indictment was filed making that indictment null and vlid
IF you hired someone to expunge the arrest records of the ones that were dismissed, they didn't do a very good job, because they are still there.
thats what i thought. so it shouldnt be showing on my background at all?
It's hard to get rid of it completely, there may be some record of the case there, but it wouldn't be this much information.
i didnt think so. would this disqualify me from being a police officer in most states?
A criminal background does hurt, but it appears you weren't convicted on any of these, meaning it shouldn't affect your employment.
oh wow. ok . thats what i was worried about. to be honest i didnt even understand if i was convicted of anything or not. this all happened while I was in the Marines and i always thought that if i was found to do anything wrong, they would kick me out but they didnt. I really didnt understand anything on this
and is deferred prosecution and deferred adjudication the same thing or are these different
They are basically the same, they mean you weren't convicted.
ok great. thank you so much for clearing this up for me... should i hire another lawyer to try to get everything expunged again?
I would speak to someone, yes, to find out what can and should come off.
ok thank you so much for your help
No problem. If I can answer anything further, let me know. Remember, I'm here to help and your satisfaction is guaranteed. If you don't have any questions and you valued my time, I'd ask you to consider rating me positively. Take care,Michael
i will thank you
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