24 year old charge/warrant

When I was 16 I was charged with shoplifting in a town I didn’t live N. I did not show up for fingerprinting etc. And I believe a bench warrant was issued. I am now 40 and live in Alberta. Can I get a criminal record check without the warrant showing up?


Asked 22 days ago in Alberta
Categories: Criminal Law

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Benjamin O Mbaegbu

Answer by Benjamin O Mbaegbu

Not VerifiedOntario lawyer

You should do a criminal police check of your records.
then you should worry.about whatever is in your record.
if the warrant for the shoplifting you committed while you were a minor did.not show on  your record. it means either it has been erased or was never executed by the court.

Posted 21 days ago

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