My name is XXXXX XXXXX I am another expert on Justanswer. Your other expert oped out.Will a misdemeanor of a minor child show up on a background check?
YES... unless you seal it, which is not hard to do.
In Arizona, after one completes the juvenile sentence
, the juvenile court
does not automatically seal the records. One has to petition the court to destroy the records. However, once the record is destroyed, it is as though the charge and case never existed, and it would not
show up on a background check.
Thus, if this has not been done, the case is still on the official record. But once the motion to seal the record is executed, then the record is destroyed.
As such, it is recommended to file this motion to seal the record as soon as possible if it has not been done already. May I recommend the Martindale Bar referral program - here
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