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

    Not talking aboit sealed records. In New York they have violations and infractions. Per their statutes neither is considered a criminal conviction. Me K posted s link that states non criminal...
  2. Criminal Records: Re: Is a Conviction for a Violation a Criminal Conviction in New York State

    Tbis is from the link K provided;





    Might it be that as a cop you are being given information that is not available to the general public through the CHRS?
  3. Criminal Records: Re: Is a Conviction for a Violation a Criminal Conviction in New York State

    That’s true but depending on why the question is asked, the answer could be a legitimate no if it is dealing with actual New York law but if it is for something where New York’s technical definition...
  4. Criminal Records: Re: Is a Conviction for a Violation a Criminal Conviction in New York State

    The verbiage of the question suggests they are not concerning themselves with the technical definition of a crime but are speaking to anything the typical reader would consider a crime. Otherwise...
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