Originally Posted by LakersDynasty
It'll stay on your record. The only time your record gets erased is when you've committed some sort of misdemeanor or crime in general while you were a minor (under 18), once you turn 18 it gets erased. But whatever you do from 18 and older doesn't get erased. So whatever it is that they're charging you with it'll stay on your record, but from the looks of it it doesn't seem that serious, good thing you weren't driving.
thats not entirely true. You can probably cut a deal with the prosecutor to get some sort of delayed sentencing ( I forget what its actually called). Basically, if you stay out of trouble for a specified period of time, the original charge won't go on your record (except your double secret record that only homeland security and the republican party has access to). Too bad, Stupid PHX suburbs. Move to tucson.