posted on Aug, 17 2016 @ 07:59 PM
a reply to: JDeLattre89
Not that Ive ever heard of. Thats the cost of knowing better but stll committing the crime. It stays with you.
There are cases where one's record (say as a juvenile) can later be expunged....but Ive never heard of clearing a criminal record without a whole new
trial...which could end of worse...
Think about it though...to say one once had committed and paid for mistakes when younger...and that theyve learned from those mistakes...shows far
more strength and remorse that theyve reevaluated their lives...than to make the crime-convictions disappear.
That is the price paid for bad judgment. If she's done wonderful since and become a valued member of society....then again....that is worth more than
making her/his history disappear like it never happened.
Crime is crime and those records follow you through life.