Hi I just wanted to know if I am still eligible to join the California National guard with my juvenile record if most of the charges have been "dismissed in the interest of justice". When I was 15 I was charged with 1.)Possession of a weapon on school grounds. 2.) Concealment of the weapon. 3.)Possession of marijuana on school grounds. I went to court but ended up transferring the case to a new county because my parents decided to move me at the time to get away from trouble. Before the case was transferred the court dismissed the concealed weapon charge and the possession of marijuana charge. What they labeled when they dismissed it was "dismissed in the interest of justice" which I don't really know what that means. After the case was transferred to my new county that I reside in, I went to court and was convicted of a misdemeanor charge of possession of a weapon on school grounds. I was sentenced to probation for 2 years. Since my conviction I haven't been in any trouble with the law. If anyone has any knowledge or insight about my situation it would be greatly appreciated.
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