My question involves criminal records for the state of: New York
Hello when i was 20 years old i was at a house party were i was put into a position to defend myself, and like anyone else i did. Unfortunately somebody got hurt (stitches) and pressed charged against me. I was originally charged with aggravated assault, assault with a deadly weapon (they though a bat was used, but later realized no weapon was used), and after the court hearings they dropped all the felony's. I pleaded guilty to a plea of attempted assault (110.120 class B misdemeanor) with no probation no community service no nothing, that was the only time I've ever been in trouble in my life. I am just curious how this might effect my life i am currently full time in college for a business management and economics degree and work full time in a bank. and in near future would like to try to go to law school and become a lawyer. Is there any possiable way to seal this misdemeanor, even after 10 years of never getting in trouble again and graduation from college, and countless hours of volunteered community service?
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I was also told to apply, for a Certificate of Relief of Disability's. what does this due, and is it any help or not really? Please help.