Have you ever been convicted of a crime including but not limited to a felony or misdemeanor that has not been expunged, annulled or sealed (**Read below for specific State requirements**)?
**California Applicants Only: You may omit: • Marijuana-related misdemeanor convictions occurring more than two years ago. • Offenses committed before your 18th birthday and tried as a juvenile. • Any misdemeanor conviction which has been judicially dismissed. • Any conviction for which a pre-trial diversion program has been successfully completed. • Any conviction for which the records have been judicially ordered sealed, expunged, or statutorily eradicated. • Note: Conviction of Driving under the Influence is a misdemeanor and must be reported if you were 18 years of age or older at the time of the incident. Connecticut Applicants Only: Applicant is not required to disclose the existence of any arrest, criminal charge or conviction, which has been erased pursuant Conn. Gen. State §§46b-146, 54-760, 54-142a. The arrest or criminal charge or conviction which has been erased are records pertaining to a finding of delinquency or that a child was a member of a family with service needs, an adjudication as a youthful offender, a criminal charge that has been dismissed or annulled, a criminal charge of which the person has been found not guilty or a conviction for which the person received an absolute pardon. In addition, any person whose criminal records have been erased pursuant to the above is deemed to have never been arrested within the meaning of the general statues with respect to the proceedings so erased and may so swear under oath. Illinois Applicants Only: Applicant is not obligated to disclose expunged juvenile records of convictions or arrest; or sealed or expunged records of conviction or arrest. New York Applicants Only: You are not required to reveal any Youthful Offender convictions. Utah Applicants: You may answer No with respect to any conviction for a misdemeanor or summary offense. Hawaii applicants Only: Please limit your response to convictions of a crime within the past ten (10) years, excluding periods of incarceration.