UPDATED: May 12, 2009
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I HAVE SECTION 8 FOR ALMOST 4 YEARS AND I DID A LITTLE MISTAKE WHICH I AM GOING TO REGRET FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE I WAS IN A RETAIL/THEFT IN THE AMOUNT OF 185.00 I WENT TO COURT AND THEY GAVE ME PROBABTION FOR 18MONTHS BUT I WANT TO KNOW IF MY SECTION 8 IS GOING TO BE EFFECTED CAUSE OF THAT AND IF THEY CHECK MY CRIMINAL BACKGROUND FOR ME TO LOOK FOR A JOB HOW WOULD SHOW IN THE RECORDS THIS RECENTED HAPPEN LIKE 1 MONTH AGO I AM IN ALLENTOWN PA
Asked on May 12, 2009 under Real Estate Law, Pennsylvania
M.D., Member, California and New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 13 years ago | Contributor
More than likely not. Section 8 housing is typically put at risk for crimes that are drug-related or for violent offenses. Neither of these two would seem to apply in your case.
If it would ease your mind, you can always put in an anonymous call to Section 8 and ask.
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