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

    Possible.

    All I can say with certainty is that I have seen plenty of instances of dispositions in criminal histories that are violations, traffic infractions, as well as the generic "local law...
  2. Criminal Records: Re: Is a Conviction for a Violation a Criminal Conviction in New York State

    So I guess I'm imagining it then.

    I run criminal histories on defendants through the E-Justice Integrated Justice Portal which is a product of the New York State Division of Criminal Justice...
  3. Criminal Records: Re: Is a Conviction for a Violation a Criminal Conviction in New York State

    When I run a criminal history on someone violations DO show up - both in the original charges and in dispositions.

    Penal Law violations such as Disorderly Conduct, Harassment, Trespass, etc. are...
  4. Criminal Records: Re: Is a Conviction for a Violation a Criminal Conviction in New York State

    Which is what I said. However, a Penal LAW violation will end up on a criminal history.
  5. Criminal Records: Re: Is a Conviction for a Violation a Criminal Conviction in New York State

    A violation is not a crime but a Penal Law violation is a criminal violation and will certainly appear on a criminal history.
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