How long will my criminal conviction be on my record?

Felony and Misdemeanor criminal convictions are a permanent part of an individual’s criminal record. In fact, any previous felony (and, in some circumstances, a misdemeanor) conviction may be cited to increase a criminal defendant’s punishment on subsequent convictions. Of note, if the original criminal charge was reduced to a lesser offense, the criminal history will still indicate the original charge, but will note the charge reduction.

In Tennessee, an arrest can be removed if the individual meets certain requirements for expungement.

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