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Criminal Law: Expungement FAQ
If you're thinking of trying to have a criminal record expunged (erased) or sealed (hidden), it's important that you understand what may be expunged, as well as when and how. Get detailed information about Expungement and Record Sealing in your state. ... Read more

Handling Oregon Expungement
If you make a mistake that results in a criminal record, that mistake can follow you for the rest of your life. It may make it difficult for you to get a job or rent an apartment. In some cases, you may be eligible to have your record expunged so it does not turn up on a background check. The state of ... Read more

About Oklahoma Expungement and Sealing Records
When a background check turns up a criminal record, you may find yourself having trouble getting things others take for granted, such as a job, an apartment, or some types of financial aid. Oklahoma allows you to hide—expunge or seal—certain types of records so they will not show up on background ... Read more

New Jersey Expungement
If you were arrested or convicted of a misdemeanor or a felony in New Jersey, you may be experiencing numerous obstacles in obtaining employment, renting housing, or getting approved for credit. A criminal record can also affect your ability to get a professional license, to teach, to enter military ... Read more

Expungement Requirements in Wyoming
Most states allow individuals under limited circumstances to have arrest or conviction records removed or cleared from their public record in a legal process called expungement or record sealing, though most states do not differentiate between the two terms. When granted, an order is sent to various ... Read more

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If you have never been adjudicated guilty of any crime anyplace, then you are eligible for sealing, not expungement.   Contact me Gary Kollin 954-723-9999     ...Read more

That is not a question that I can answer. I would suggest that you consult with teachers at your school or search on Google.

As a general rule, all convictions (felony and misdemeanors) stay on your record for life and can not be expunged. There are some exceptions so if you want to call me on Wednesday, I will try to go ov ...Read more

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Expunging and/or Sealing Criminal

What are the benefits of a Petition to Expunge criminal records versus an Order of Non-Disclosure of criminal records? In the state of Texas there are two remedies available to a person who is trying ... Read more

Recent changes in expungement laws-time frames change, other changes

As people may know, expungement is a tool that permits people to erase criminal histories in state and local criminal history records. It is available mostly to those who have been either charged but ... Read more

Expungements for Juvenile and Adult Offenses in Pennsylvania: Who is Eligible?

Many people are interested in getting expungements of past criminal offenses.  For the purposes of seeking an expungement, it is important to note that there is a significant difference between d ... Read more

Client Receives Clemency from Illinois Governor

  Yesterday, one of my clients was granted clemency for a felony conviction received when he was a young man. Illinois Governor Pat Quinn granted 232 clemency petitions per the State Journal Regi ... Read more

New Illinois Law Expands Criminal Offenses Which Can Be Sealed

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