Pardons Canada – A Withdrawn Charge Can Still Show Up on CPIC or an RCMP File

pardons.org The following email we received from a person who was fingerprinted by the police but the charges were later withdrawn.  Even though the charges are withdrawn, the fingerprints can still show up on a criminal background check, which can haunt you for the rest of your life until you apply for a file destruction…

Pardons Canada – Step 1 In Removing a Criminal Record

www.pardons.org If you have been fingerprinted by the police then you will need to get the fingerprints removed so that you are safe for employment and travel. If the charges were withdrawn, dismissed, stayed, diversion, peace bond or absolute or conditional discharge then this is considered a non-conviction.  However, even if this is a non-conviction,…

Removing a Criminal Record that has been Dismissed

Pardons Canada – Removing a Criminal Record that has been Dismissed or Withdrawn

www.pardons.org Many people believe that if their criminal charge was withdrawn or dismissed in court then it will simply disappear. That is not true as you can see in the RCMP report below. In this case it was a DUI, or Impaired Driving charge that was dismissed, yet the RCMP report still shows that fingerprints…