Q: Can I get a Disorderly conduct plea taken off my record or fully sealed or expunged, this conviction was IN NY.
I was arrested 10 years ago In NY when I was 22 , and i understand my conviction was conditional discharge, I wanted to know if there is anyway I can get it expunged or pardoned in any way, I have noticed that I have applied for many govt jobs and have been turned down do to my criminal background, this is the only conviction I have on my background. I was told that, its a Violation and that it shouldn't bar me from getting a govt job or into law enforcement, I understand it will be up to these employers if they want to hire me. I always disclose my arrest with every law enforcement or govt job I apply to because I understand they are able to see my arrest. any advice would be very appreciated
A: This has been posted to the New Jersey forum. you will need to ask lawyers in New York.
A: You would have to apply in New York, not New Jersey to have it expunged. A Conditional Discharge, if that is what you got, should no longer be on your record as that is the purpose of same.
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