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convictions are not like traffic violations - they never drop off a person's record. Any ticket or charge that a person gets is always accessible by law enforcement. It stays there unless expunged.
With that said, if you're pulling your own criminal record
, you should see the charge. You may want to contact the court
in the county where you got the ticket to see if they have any record of it. It's possible that you had some sort of agreement where the ticket was dismissed after you paid a fine, and that's why you're not seeing it. The court should have record that show what happened.
If you are near a military base, national forests, or other federal property, you may also want to check your FBI record, in case you were cited by a federal officer. That might be a reason that you're not seeing the charge on your Colorado record check.
If you cannot locate the charge, there's nothing to expunge. If your record shows a conviction, unfortunately, neither federal law nor Colorado state law allows a conviction to be removed from a person's record.
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