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My son is 16 and he was charged. Is there any way this will come off his reecord. He didn’t go in the house; he helped put the tv in the car not thinking.
Asked on June 29, 2009 under Criminal Law, North Carolina
M.S., Member, Connecticut Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 12 years ago | Contributor
Although I do not practice law in the State of North Carolina, here are my initial impressions. First, in many states, matters that are resolved when the individual is (and is charged as) a juvenile do not become part of the public record. If that is not true in your son's case, it is still possible for this to come off of his record if it is dismissed, nolle'd, found not guilty, or otherwise resolved favorably. Based upon the facts that you have mentioned, there may be facts present which would lead to a favorable resolution; however, this requires the skill of an experienced criminal defense attorney. Therefore, I suggest that you and your son consult with and/or retain a criminal defense attorney in the interest of obtaining the most favorable resolution of these charges possible in the further interest of keeping this off of his permanent record.
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