Legal Question in DUI Law in Pennsylvania

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When I was 19 I received a citation for underage drinking and my parents made me plead guilty and pay the fine. I am currently in a program for School Counseling as well as applying to become a substitute teacher. On my PA Criminal Background check - it states No Record - However, the application states that I must write out any offense including summary offenses - Do do I still have to report this? Is it possible to have expunged?

Asked on 9/16/09, 2:32 pm

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Brendan Campbell Solomon, Berschler, Warren, Schatz, Flood & Monaghan
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Yes, you do still have to report it. Underage drinking is a summary offense, which is less serious than a misdemeanor or felony. However, if the application asks for all arrests including summaries, you should state it. It is better to be honest than be caught not disclosing something. It is possible to get that summary arrest expunged from your record. You should consult an attorney.

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Answered on 9/21/09, 2:49 pm

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