Andrew L. Bennett's answer If the case is truly expunged and no just dismissed then you do not need to tell anyone about your case with limited exceptions. You may want to check mycase.in.gov to confirm your case has truly been expunged.
Paul Stanko's answer The Vice Principal should discuss his policy with the school attorney. If you do get "written up", consult an attorney. While it seems futile to protest the election after the fact, that does not deprive you of the right to peacefully express yourself politically.
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer No, you are the hook for your student loans even if you did not complete your degree. You aren't paying the school at this point you are paying the loan provider. The school already got their money. If payment is an issue you can work with your student loan provider to get onto an income based repayment plan.
Terrence Rubino's answer the misdemeanors in your background may or may not affect whether an employer hires you. alot depends on what those misdemeanors are, how long ago, what the job is that you are appying for and importantly the present skills and work ethic you now offer. for example, a truck company that is hiring a truck driver by federal law can only properly hire a driver that is qualified by reason of his experience and training to safely operate a truck. multiple moving violations in the recent past might...
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