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What Crimes Can Be Expunged?
What Crimes Can Be Expunged?

We live in a digital age, where many things are accessible online. Unfortunately, this includes criminal records, which include a record of arrests and convictions. These records are available to employers, state license boards, and, essentially, any member of the public. If ...

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    We live in a digital age, where many things are accessible online. Unfortunately, this includes criminal records, which include a record of arrests and convictions. These records are available to ...

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