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Monday, August 4, 2014

Felons with Withheld Adjudication can get Jobs

Felons with Withheld Adjudication can get Jobs

 

Felons with Withheld Adjudication can get Jobs
Dear madams or sirs,

I was charged back in 1998 or 1999 with a felony charge with a withholding adjudication. I was having many problems in my life and marriage. My charge was battery on a law officer. I did my five years probation and had several different kinds of therapy. I had finally gone back to school to become a medical assistant. I had explained this charge to them and I was told if it was over ten years old there should not be a problem. Basically, They lied. Now I have a loan to pay back and no job. I am 56 years old, a widow and thought I was doing something great for myself. One place that I had applied for a job told me that I could possibly get it exempted. Is this so or did I just waste the last year of my life for nothing. I was on the dean’s list and I only missed one day. Please is there someone there that can help me out or/and give me some advice.

DA

 Felons with Withheld Adjudication can get Jobs



Hello DA,

Felons with Withheld Adjudication can get Jobs
I'm not sure who "They" are but there are some things to know about Withheld Adjudication. Withheld adjudication broadly speaking, refers to a determination by a judge to put a person on probation without a judgement of guilt. There will be terms set by the court typically a fine and a period of probation. When the terms are met, the charges are generally dropped. There will be no conviction connected with that offense. If the person doesn't complete the conditions of probation, a ruling of guilty can] be entered and the person could be sentenced according to the penalties outlined for the offense.  Of course this is not legal advice.  For the exact determination of your particular situation, contact the prosecutor associated with your case.

So when completing an application that asks if you "Have you ever been convicted of a crime, you will be able to answer "no" and rightly so since you have not. Bear in mind that the charge will show on a background check as a charge and not a conviction. You should have no trouble with this. To absolutely certain of the status, you should check with the prosecutor or your probation officer associated with your case.

You should have no trouble getting certified if that is your only charge. Many ex-offenders and ex felons looking for jobs often need legal assistance. If you feel you need legal assistance, contact your local legal aid office. There you will be able to low-cost or even no cost legal assistance.

I hope this helps.



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Felons with Withheld Adjudication can get Jobs

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