If a 13 year old were to go to prison in WA state and get his or her record sealed would a college be able to tell they went to jail?
If a 13 year old were to go to prison in WA state and get his or her record sealed would a college be able to tell they went to jail? Maybe be where they went to school? (WA state)
- new_bumble_beeLv 79 months ago
Here in my state ( which is nsw ) within the Queen's Commonwealth of Australia - a 13 year old would likely be placed in a department of youth juvenile detention centre until a appropriate until the sentence has been served ( that good behaviour doesn't wash anymore ) and it's similar with anyone 14 or above; however, if anyone 14 years of age commits a serious criminally indictable offence such as a homicide or attempted homicide they may be even very well tried as an adult and if it's gang related they may be even further punished - who knows what the department of correction officers get up within the prison walls especially for ones who committed crimes against police officers 👮👮👮👮👮💂💂💂💂💂👲👲👲👲👲👳👳👳👳👳👼👼👼👼👼👱👱👱👱👱🚓🚔🚚🚛🚗🚘
- STEVEN FLv 79 months ago
A 13 year old wouldn't go to prison unless they committed a crime serious enough to be charged as an adult. In that case, the record couldn't be sealed until after most students graduate from college.
- Anonymous9 months ago
Yes, the college would see the arrest and sentence would not see the details of the crime other than misdemeanor/felony.
- scott bLv 79 months ago
13 year olds don't go to prison. They go to Juvenile Hall.