Criminal History: exponged records?

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Moee in snohomish, Washington

26 months ago

In reading thru these forums I'm seeing a lot about criminal history.

What about exponged records?

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yodafafoda in Marysville, Washington

26 months ago

If it were me, I would disclose expunged as well. In the disposition, note that it is expunged... That would be the 'safe' way to do it. I honestly do not know if that type of stuff shows or not...?

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Moee in snohomish, Washington

26 months ago

Expunged means a judge has sealed the records so they are not openable even by the state or the federal gov't...it erases it, so to speak. As if it never happened. It's not a pardoned crime, it's wiped clean. The record just "goes away"

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yodafafoda in Marysville, Washington

26 months ago

Well I guess there's your answer

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SeattleDude in Woodinville, Washington

26 months ago

I would say disclose it anyways. You have nothing to be afraid of.

When you disclosing your felony/misdemeanor there is a place to put Disposition. Thats where you put - Expunged.

They look for honest people. When in doubt - disclose it.

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