I live in California and I was wondering how long does a misdemeanor stay on your record?. Also I applied for social security and need to file with the U.S. district court any idea what form I would use?.
1 Answer from Attorneys
A misdemeanor stays on your record forever. All an expungement does is allow you to state "no" when asked if you have been convicted of a crime on most civilian applications. But the record remains a part of the system maintained by the Department of Justice.
You don't apply for social security with the U.S. District Court. You apply with the Social Security Administration.
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