BlatantEcho wrote:If this is what stands in the way of your career of choice, you might also consider another career - as your life will present much more complicated challenges than this....
trav110 wrote:BlatantEcho wrote:If this is what stands in the way of your career of choice, you might also consider another career - as your life will present much more complicated challenges than this....
Jesus, drop this condescending garbage. OP is barely out of high school, adjusting to the real world, asked advice, and you come in here with that? Nobody, you included, has all the answers at 19.
Anyway OP, I would look into seeing if you can have it removed. Honestly outside of that there isn't really anything else to do. I wouldn't sweat it too much though, you're not the first freshman in college who got busted for having alcohol, and wont really reflect who you are by the time you enter your professional career. Stuff happens, just don't let it happen again.
BlatantEcho wrote:First, you might consider furthering your education so you get better at the grammar.....
If this is what stands in the way of your career of choice, you might also consider another career - as your life will present much more complicated challenges than this....
N353SK wrote:Airlines value honesty and integrity above all else. Do not waste the time/energy on trying to have a conviction expunged. Almost nobody has a prefect resume - some have failed a checkride or two, and some have a slightly checkered past. This issue will definitely be asked about during any interview for the rest of your life, and it is up to you to convince the hiring team that you've learned something from your mistake and that you've tried to be a better person ever since. One thing I can guarantee is that any attempt to conceal your incident or otherwise not take full responsibility will be an interview ender.
In general, once sealed or expunged, all records of an arrest and/or subsequent court case are removed from the public record, and the individual may legally deny or fail to acknowledge ever having been arrested for or charged with any crime which has been expunged.
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