Hi, at 17 I was guilty of a petty theft misdemeanor in Ohio. I had never been in trouble for anything else in my life, so they immediately placed me into a diversion program..(I had no trial because of this) I completed my diversion program with no issues, so does that mean my record is still clean?
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Because you completed diversion there is no conviction. Juvenile records get sealed at age 21. Depending on how old you are now, it may not even be discoverable.
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