In Aug 2000 I was pulled over in Utah and ticketed for Driving Without Insurance. I moved out of state shortly after that and never dealt with it until May 2006, at which time I pleaded guilty to the charge (a class B misdemeanor), paid the fines, had the warrant for failure to appear cleared, cleared my suspended license, got SR22 insurance, etc. I still live out of state, have a great job, no further problems with the law I work for a credit union and prior to my employment they conducted a background check including a criminal check because as employees we have to be bonded and insured, etc. I was hired Sept 2005, prior to my "conviction" of this charge, so I assume it showed no record. I don't know the requirements of my employers insurers, but is having this charge on my record something I should really worry about? Should I inform them? Should I wait the time period Utah requires to request expungement for this charge (3 years) and deal with it then? Or is a class B misdemeanor on my record not that big of a deal? Thanks for any help!