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    Can one get on with Gwinnett Co. as a sheriff/police with a expunged simple assault on record? No convictions at all.

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    No convictions means no need to expunge. You have to disclose it either way. They're going to find out about it anyway. Simple battery is often prosecuted, but simple assault usually isn't unless it's part of a larger situation. It might or might not DQ you depending on the entirety of the circumstances.

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    • #3
      +1, the sheriffs dept and the police dept have different hiring standards. i don't see a problem but the only way to know it to apply and see.
      Perseverate In Pugna

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      • #4
        If you had something expunged it may not be seen by people such as civilian employers, BUT law-enforcement will still find it. When potential employers do a criminal history search, they are coded. Law-enforcement has the highest access code and they will see things others cannot.

        You had better go to your local law-enforcement agency and ask them and pay for a criminal history check for yourself. (Depends on your local laws. Georgia law-enforcement will do this for you))

        You should see everything that is in your criminal history....

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        • #5
          Thanks guys

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