I figured to make a new post rather than adding to this onehttp://forums.offtopic.com/showthread.php?t=4148367 I've done a lot of research and I found out around the beginning of March, the Army is no longer accepting moral waivers for adult felonies. Of course, this upsets me - as maybe it was bad timing on my part and bad judgment when I was young and dumb. My recruiter tried (it seemed) to find ways around it, to no success. They basically said maybe in a few months it may open back up. I was suppose to go to MEPS last Friday pending the result of my situation with a felony. I do not want to second guess the recruiter, as he seemed to really want to help me out. I have a GED - and I am 24. In my state, I was charged with a felony theft, (just as I turned 18) and processed. Fingerprinted... etc I was released within 2 hours because I was found not to be a flight risk. I have no juvenile record and no other records. This happened 6 years ago. I went to court and the Judge found me to have good character and moral values, I just happened to make a mistake. I basically proved to the court my hardship when I was growing up - renting out a room since I was 14 and working my butt off to support my self. I proved to the Judge that I was way out of my behavior and I have been providing and supporting for my self. I had freinds, teachers etc. to show good cause on my behalf.. So the Judge gave me a Probation before Judgment disposition. To show good faith, I told the Judge that I must be allowed to pay all the damages I have caused regardless if the court or persons involved say not to. In return, the judge gave me a "not guilty" status on the charge. In the state that I live in, I was told that I do not have to disclose this to any potential employers nor can they hold it against me. I never had this charge ever hold me back. I know the military wanted to know about any records , convicted or not - to be known. So, I take it that I was convicted, and as of now, I cannot obtain any moral waivers. Is this correct ? I believe this falls into the adverse disposition clause ? Thanks!