How Long Do Criminal Records Stay on Your Record?

Typically #criminal records, depending on the severity, will stay on your record for up to 10 years. Of course if your #CriminalRecord is a #felony, there might not be a statute of limitations. What this means is if you’re looking to gain employment or apply to school or become a driver for Uber you will have a background check that could be a limiting factor in getting hired. It’s best practice to check your public record at least yearly to make sure everything is correct. There are also instances where someone can steal your identity and tarnish your good name by saying they are you when getting arrested. Follow the link below to perform a #BackgroundCheck on yourself. The results may just surprise you.
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