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Indiana Allows Driving Privileges to be Restored
March 24, 2017

Indiana lawmakers have made it easier for residents to reinstate their driving privileges. The law, which took effect January 1, 2015, gives judges and Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicle (BMV) officials the  discretion to grant special driving privileges to those with suspended licenses. With thousands of Indianans having suspended driving privileges, the law aims at easing the pressure of an … Read More>

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie Seeks New Bill to Expand Criminal Record Expungement
March 10, 2017

Governor Chris Christie announced Wednesday that he wants to sign a bill before the end of his term to help former prison inmates improve their futures by clearing their past. The governor said he plans to work with Democratic lawmakers on reforms for expunging criminal convictions—a matter of serious importance for those that would like better opportunities for employment (among … Read More>

Living with a Louisiana Criminal Record? Consider your Options!
February 8, 2017

If you’re living with a Louisiana criminal record, you already know of the various drawbacks that come with it as a result. Fortunately, Louisiana has recognized the importance of fully reintegrating those with a criminal record into society. Various laws have been passed to ensure such individuals have the same opportunities as everyone else to succeed and make a living.If … Read More>

NJ Firearm Rights and Laws
New Jersey Gun/Firearm Laws & Expungements
February 2, 2017

New Jersey law prohibits certain individuals from possessing firearms, such as those convicted of aggravated assault, burglary, unlawful use, possession, or sale of a controlled substance, domestic violence-related crimes, and others listed in the New Jersey Code of Criminal Justice, Title 2C: 39-7. The State has some of the most restrictive gun laws in the country, so it is important … Read More>

NJ Expungement Laws
New Jersey Expungements: What You Need to Know
February 1, 2017

Expunge or Seal your New Jersey Criminal Record In New Jersey, your criminal records are readily available to the public regardless of whether or not you were actually convicted of a crime. This can make it incredibly difficult to pass background checks for employment, housing, and various licenses . Fortunately, New Jersey laws provide for criminal record expungement in many cases. … Read More>

Michigan Criminal Record Expungement & Gun Rights Restoration
January 27, 2017

Expunging your criminal record in Michigan means that your prior conviction is set aside. If a conviction is expunged, in most cases it is considered to have never happened. For example, with an expunged record, you can honestly tell employers that your criminal record is clean. The record may only be accessed in limited circumstances, such as increasing your sentence … Read More>

Former Felon with Restored Gun Rights Saves Arizona State Trooper
January 26, 2017

Arizona resident Thomas Yoxall, who initially requested media anonymity, has emerged as the hero who saved the life of DPS Trooper Edward Andersson using his right to bear arms. There was a time, however, when Yoxall’s firearm rights were once restricted because of a felony theft conviction. In 2003, Yoxall had his gun rights restored after successfully completing probation and … Read More>

Gun Restrictions and the New Trump Administration
January 18, 2017

President Barack Obama has issued several executive rulings in his last few weeks as President of the United States. One of these rulings has the effect of blocking gun purchases for thousands of Social Security benefit recipients if they are deemed “financially incompetent.” As a result, some 4.2 million Social Security recipients – about 10 percent of all people 65 … Read More>

Review your Criminal Record to Obtain a New Jersey Expungement
January 14, 2017

If you want a criminal record expunged in New Jersey, the first step to take is to obtain a full report of your criminal history. There are a few methods that can be used to gather this necessary information. Generally, you can do one of four things: 1) contact the sentencing court for a final disposition, 2) get a fingerprint … Read More>

Restore IN Gun Rights
New Jersey Gun Laws & Expungements
January 8, 2017

New Jersey law prohibits certain individuals from possessing firearms, such as those convicted of aggravated assault, burglary, unlawful use, possession, or sale of a controlled substance, domestic violence-related crimes, and others listed in the New Jersey Code of Criminal Justice, Title 2C: 39-7. The State has some of the most restrictive gun laws in the country, so it is important … Read More>

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