Unfortunately, the call to drop the charges cannot be made by you and your sister. That decision is made by the Attorney General's Office. However, under Delaware law the prosecutor is required to consult with the victim of a crime before offering a plea bargain. Therefore, when the time comes...Read more »
I am not an expert in this area, but it is my understanding that a tier 1 offender must be registered for 15 years, but can file a petition to be removed after 10 years. The petition is filed with the Delaware Superior Court.
I am not a criminal defense attorney, but it is my understanding that the charge is still on your record. However, there is a process for seeking to have the charge expunged. I suggest that you consult with an attorney who has expertise in this area.
I'd suggest that you contact the Delaware Bar Association if that is the State in which you plan to reside and practice. http://www.dsba.org/ I would also contact the law schools at which you plan to apply. They may have their own rules restricting those who may apply based on criminal...Read more »
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