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  1. Criminal Records: Re: Is a Conviction for a Violation a Criminal Conviction in New York State

    I can't speak for whatever it is that you're 'running', but if you believe that violations show up in a statewide CHRS, you are simply wrong. They do not.
  2. Criminal Records: Re: Is a Conviction for a Violation a Criminal Conviction in New York State

    A New York Statewide criminal history record search (CHRS) will not produce records of non-criminal offenses, meaning it will not include infractions or violations. I'm not sure what "criminal...
  3. Criminal Records: Re: Is a Conviction for a Violation a Criminal Conviction in New York State

    Under the Penal Code, as linked above, "'Crime' means a misdemeanor or a felony". A violation is not a misdemeanor or felony, and is thus not a crime.
  4. Criminal Records: Re: Is a Conviction for a Violation a Criminal Conviction in New York State

    Violations are classified as petty offenses in New York, and a conviction for a violation is not a criminal conviction. See the definitions of "crime" and "violation in Sec. 10 of the penal code.
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