How Long Does Disorderly Conduct Stay On Your Record?
In Ohio, a disorderly conduct will stay on your record forever unless you call the law offices of Steven R. Adams to get it sealed from your record. We will file the necessary paperwork, put it before the judge to have him seal your record. It is discretionary, but most of the time it’s been our experience that it does take place, and it will provide you what you need to make sure that when you’re filling out job applications, you can act as if it never occurred so potential employers will never find out. Being charged with a criminal offense or a DUI in Ohio can be quite serious. It can affect your job, your livelihood, your income, and even your freedom. Make sure you have experienced, seasoned, and determined lawyers on your side. We’ve handled this thousands of times, so if you’re stopped by the man, call the man.