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Is the code is the criminal statute that she was convicted of violating?
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Unfortunately, any criminal record would stay on the convicted person's FBI file indefinitely, unless convicted person applies for an expungement of the criminal conviction and even in that case, the criminal record will remain in the FBI database, but it would on have to be disclosed for official purposes, such as government employment / licensing, but would not have to be disclosed for private purposes, such as private employment.
Expungement process can be legally complicated, so it would be a good idea to hire an experienced criminal law attorney to help apply and obtain an expungement.
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What is the code?