Contrary to popular belief, a minor’s criminal findings of guilt will stay with that minor until he has passed a specified “Non-disclosure period” without any other offenses. A young person’s records do not simply disappear once that youth turns 18. This may be a problem especially when that person attempts to look for work and the job requires security clearance from the government to see if the person has had a criminal record.

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