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Navy Criminal History Waivers

Chart B - Minor Non-Traffic Violations/Minor Misdemeanors

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Three or more violations for "Minor Non-Traffic/Minor Misdemeanors" requires a waiver. Waivers for three to five violations may be approved by the Commander of the Recruiting Division. Waivers for more than five violations must be approved by HQ Navy Recruiting Command.

Offenses which are considered to be Non-Traffic Violations and/or Minor Misdemeanors are:

  • Abusive language under circumstances to provoke breach of peace.
  • Carrying concealed weapon (other thanfirearm), possession of brass knuckles.
  • Check, worthless, making or uttering, with no intent to defraud or deceive ($100 or less.)
  • Curfew violation.
  • Damaging road signs.
  • Desecration of grave.
  • Discharging firearm through carelessness.
  • Disobeying summons.
  • Disorderly conduct; creating disturbance; boisterous conduct.
  • Disturbing peace.
  • Driving without a license or with suspended or revoked license.
  • Drinking in public.
  • Drunk in public; drunk and disorderly.
  • Dumping refuse near highway.
  • Failure to appear.
  • Fair/toll evasion.
  • Illegal betting or gambling; operating illegal handbook, raffle, lottery, punch board; matching cockfight.
  • Juvenile non-criminal misconduct; beyond parental control; incorrigible; runaway; truant; or wayward.
  • Liquor: unlawful manufacture, sale, possession, or consumption in public place.
  • Littering.
  • Loitering.
  • Malicious mischief.
  • Nuisance, committing.
  • Poaching.
  • Possession of alcohol by minor.
  • Possession of cigarettes by minor.
  • Possession of indecent publications or pictures (Contact CNRC, Code 017 for determination).
  • Probation Violation (Contact CNRC Code 017)
  • Public urination.
  • Purchase, possession, or consumption of alcoholic beverages by minor.
  • Racing, dragging, contest for speed (when not treated as reckless driving).
  • Removing property under lien.
  • Removing property from public grounds.
  • Robbing orchard.
  • Trespass to property.
  • Unlawful assembly.
  • Use of false ID to buy alcohol.
  • Using or wearing unlawful emblem.
  • Vagrancy.
  • Vandalism: injuring or defacing public property or property of another; shooting out
  • streetlights.
  • Violation of fireworks laws.
  • Violation of fish and game laws.

The above list is intended as a guide. Violations of a similar nature should be treated as minor violations. In doubtful cases the following rule should be applied: If the maximum confinement under local law is four months or less, the violations should be treated as minor.

In determining the classification of an offense (traffic, Misdemeanor, or felony), refer to the court documents to determine how the state adjudicated the offense. State classification takes precedence over charts A, B, C, and D

Examples:

    a. Breaking into three vehicles at a shopping center is considered to be three separate violations and is not considered a single transgression.

    b. Possession of Marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia is considered a single transgression.

    c. A minor pulled over for speeding after attempting to elude police is found to have alcohol in his possession of alcohol and assaults a police officer during the stop, would have four separate charges. This is not considered a single transgression.


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