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Criminal Records

If you were arrested when you were under 18, you probably have a juvenile record. The good news is that most juvenile records can be erased.

Find out how to erase your criminal record if it has been three years since your last misdemeanor or 5 years since your last felony. Also see about getting a Certificate of Employability, which could help with getting a job.

Getting a job is hard, and it can be even harder if you have a criminal record. Many employers will do a background check before they hire you. To know your rights and help you get and keep a job, you need to know what is on your criminal record.

This article explains your rights when applying for a job, including criminal records, drug testing, disabilities, pregnancy, discrimination, and more.

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Criminal Records

If you were arrested when you were under 18, you probably have a juvenile record. The good news is that most juvenile records can be erased.

Find out how to erase your criminal record if it has been three years since your last misdemeanor or 5 years since your last felony. Also see about getting a Certificate of Employability, which could help with getting a job.

Getting a job is hard, and it can be even harder if you have a criminal record. Many employers will do a background check before they hire you. To know your rights and help you get and keep a job, you need to know what is on your criminal record.

This article explains your rights when applying for a job, including criminal records, drug testing, disabilities, pregnancy, discrimination, and more.