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In March 2013, I pleaded guilty to NYC Admin Code 19-506(b)(1)

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In March 2013, I pleaded guilty to NYC Admin Code 19-506(b)(1) and paid the fine of $500 at TLC court. Is this a criminal conviction? Will I have a criminal record and how can I erase this record? And when job application asks for any conviction besides minor traffic violation, would this be beyond minor traffic violation?
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My name is XXXXX XXXXX I am an experienced NYS criminal lawyer.

This matter could be treated in criminal court or handled as an administrative proceeding in fromt of a magistrate for the Taxi and Limousine Commission.

If you did not appear in criminal court but appeared before a TLC magistrate, then your offense was treated as a civil infraction and you do not have a criminal record.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Do I need to state this guilty plead or convictions for any job or gov't application if they ask for convictions beyond minor traffic violations?

No, you don't have to state it because it was handled internally by the TLC as an administrative and not a criminal proceeding.

If this were treated as a criminal conviction, you'd have come before a regular judge in criminal court.
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