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I was arrested for soliciting an undercover policewoman

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I was arrested for soliciting an undercover policewoman disguised as a prostitute in 1989. It comes up in my job application background checks and it's killing me.
Can anything be done?
Submitted: 3 months ago.
Category: Criminal Law
Expert:  Colleen Grady replied 3 months ago.

Hello. I will help you today. I have been an attorney for 27 years. I am reviewing your question and will be back to you shortly.

Expert:  Colleen Grady replied 3 months ago.

Were you ever convicted of a crime?

Expert:  Colleen Grady replied 3 months ago.

Is this the only crime you have on your record?

Customer: replied 3 months ago.
They said at trial, if I didn't contest the charges and met probation obligations, that it would go away. Well it didn't.Yes.
Expert:  Colleen Grady replied 3 months ago.

What was the actual charge that you were on probation for?

Expert:  Colleen Grady replied 3 months ago.

Did they give you a deferred sentence or did you plead "no contest" to the charge?

Expert:  Colleen Grady replied 3 months ago.

Do you have a copy of your record that you can attach here? You can take a picture.

Expert:  Colleen Grady replied 3 months ago.

I am asking all of these questions because I am trying to see if there is anyway you can make a motion to expunge or seal your record.

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