Convicted of theft

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Country: United States of America
State: Ohio

I was convicted of Theft-F4 several years ago. The entire case was completely over in November 2002 (all fines and court costs paid, probation period terminated). I am aware that the waiting period for an impingement is three years; however, I mistakenly got an OVI offense in September of 2004. Would that render me ineligible to receive an impingement for the first case?

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You could still possibly get the expunction...the clerk of the court involved will usually let you know.
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