Not sure of your question. But a conviction like that cannot be expunged. I would not think there is even a crime of "Attempted Assault". You might try to expunge it anyway if no actual crime exists with a good lawyer, as you can only have it denied.
I'm a first time offender. I'm 51 yrs old and have never been in any trouble except for a speeding ticket 15 or 20 years ago. I was caught mis-scanning and not paying for items at self checkout. I'm just trying find out what to expect when I go to court and if there is way I can take... Read more »
Just having debate about friend that bought a minor alcohol a month ago.Minor told parents yesterday.They said they're gonna press charges.I don't think they can because there's no proof--His word against kids.But there was empty cans left in the building were Minor stayed.Is this evidence? Thanks!
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Not to my knowledge, and certainly that is not what usually happens. The Court with the violated sentence deals with the violation of its order. Apparently you had a misdemeanor probation in General Sessions, and that is where is will be dealt with.
To my knowledge a DUI Conviction does not affect such employment. If you have some sort of License, and there is a complaint, you might have to deal with that Regulatory Agency.. Tennessee is a Terminate At Will State anyway.
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