I was arrested for the DUI, marijuana paraphernalia, resisting arrest, and obstructing a law officer. I was fingerprinted..how will this show up on FBI records?
How does the FBI disseminate what to share with the school districts?
Are they reported as Deferred Prosecution? How does it look when school districts get the record?
But I am still under the deferred.It is not expunged. I was arrested because I was fingerprinted..What will the school districts see?
I don't understand..they don't see what I was arrested for?
You're not answering my question, what will the school districts see? That I was arrested but don't see why, because it is in deferred? I need to specifically know what the school districts will see and not see. I am still under deferred..
Okay..where should I start?
So school districts will see everything?
So, they don't even see that it is deferred do they? They'll see them as convictions.
So, if I am still under deferred, it doesn't matter, school districts will see everything, even if it is deferred, and view them as convictions. I don't know why you say "that's it"..it sounds like everything to me.
So, if I was arrested for these things, what is specifically shared with the school districts?
How will it look on paper?
So, they do see everything?
So, if there is not disposition, how will that look on paper?
I might have well not even paid money for the DP, just got a conviction if it doesn't even matter. School districts will not hire me with these on my record.
So, school districts will see my arrest and the charges, but nothing will show up as a conviction? How will they interpret that information?
Will they see that there is no disposition?
If they see the arrest
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