Even a minor criminal charge can have serious consequences. Convictions will appear on a background check for years, potentially preventing you from getting a job or even living where you want to live. Some charges that seem "minor" can cause you permanently to lose your right to vote, to own a firearm, or to receive student aid, and if you have children, a conviction could affect child custody. Even convictions for seemingly minor traffic offenses could cause you to lose your driver's license or your job.
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