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When i was 14 i am 25 now, i was arrested for burglary of a habitation. It was a class b misdemenor and i receved deffered adjudication i called my local dps and they said that i was eligible for a ltc, but i read on a chl website that a burglary of a habitation (even with deffered adjudication) was a permanent disqualification. Does any one have any info or know if this is true or am i still eligible
I am not a lawyer, but I believe that if you were charged as a juvenile, it would only be classified as Delinquent Conduct, or Child in Need of Supervision, since it was filed in Family court and you were never certified as an adult.
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