Legal Question in Criminal Law in Pennsylvania

Act 33/34 and FBI Clearances

Last year I was arrest for shoplifting. It was my first offense and it was charged as--name removed--summary offense, I was given an ARD and paid all fines and completed my required classes. My question is will this summary offense prevent me for obtaining Act 33/34 and FBI Clearances? I really need them for--name removed--potential intership and I was just wondering would this offense having any bearing on me obtaining clearences? Also I was fingerprinted and photographed at the time of my arrest.

Asked on 1/29/09, 3:18 pm

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Brendan Campbell Solomon, Berschler, Warren, Schatz, Flood & Monaghan
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Re: Act 33/34 and FBI Clearances

It should not. However, the arrest will continue to appear on your FBI record, despite getting ARD, until you have it expunged from your record. You should hire an attorney do this ASAP.

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Answered on 1/29/09, 3:29 pm

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