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anyone know what happens with criminal if you were a kid

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i am wondering if you were arrested for something as a minor and were not charged does this count in criminal record ?

hubby was 15 and a person accused him of something but nothing was done other then there was no evidence so never went to court

this happened in england so im not sure how they do things

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i am wondering if you were arrested for something as a minor and were not charged does this count in criminal record ?

hubby was 15 and a person accused him of something but nothing was done other then there was no evidence so never went to court

this happened in england so im not sure how they do things

:rofl:

If a person is not convicted (or pleads guilty) of a crime, he has no criminal record. If you weren't even charged, it's unlikely that you were convicted. :unsure:

Edited by Eric-Pris

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: England
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so on the i485 form when it asks have you ever been cited , convicted ...ect. we would put yes ? see me being usc i know whether or not because of check for work but hubby says they took him to police station asked questions and there was no evidence so they let him go . never went to court or nothing . bad thing is it was for something awful that was untrue but still serious

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: England
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ok so my next question has anyone ever had a "caution" ? hubby says about 2 1/2 years ago he was givin a caution for a theft . that would be a yes on the form right ? he never went to court but was jus givin a caution . maybe someone from uk will be able to tell me the difference in a caution and a conviction. hubby is making me wanna pull my hair out !! lol

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