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How To Expunge A Criminal Record
April 24, 2017

In the legal world, an “expungement” is the process by which a record of criminal arrest or conviction is destroyed or sealed from the state or federal record. Getting an expungement can be very valuable, opening up many opportunities and avenues of success that otherwise would be unattainable. An expungement order issued by a court allows the recipient to act … Read More>

Today in Trump: What’s Happening with the Travel Ban and Immigration?
April 17, 2017

With the 100th day of the Trump administration approaching, there has certainly been no shortage of shocking moments and provocative mandates. The implementation of various policies that President Trump pushed forward has been shaky. Among those policies are the notorious travel ban issued by executive order, and immigration reform. Both areas have been at the forefront of much debate, and … Read More>

How to Get a Copy of my Criminal Record in Texas?
April 11, 2017

The State of Texas maintains a permanent database of criminal records, unless of course you obtain an expunction, order of nondisclosure, pardon, or conviction set-aside. Furthermore, under State law, your criminal record is accessible to the public by request. Even if you were arrested and never charged or convicted of an offense, those records are available for review. This can … Read More>

How to Improve Your Chances of Passing a Background Check
April 10, 2017

Almost everybody has taken a background check of some sort—whether applying for a job or apartment, trying purchase a firearm, applying professional license, or for another reason, many millions of Americans are subject to background checks every year.  On Black Friday, over 185,000 background checks are performed for purchases of firearms alone.  Approximately 80% of employers conduct background checks, and although the numbers are … Read More>

Expungement vs. Record Seal: What’s the Difference?
April 8, 2017

Sealing or expunging a criminal record can be very valuable when applying for a job or license, seeking credit, applying for educational programs, obtaining housing, and securing other opportunities. Many times, the terms “expungement” and “record sealing” are used interchangeably when discussing the topic of criminal record clearing. Black’s Law Dictionary defines “expungement of record” as “The removal of a … Read More>

The Restaurant Business: Hiring the Formerly Incarcerated
March 29, 2017

Having a record for a criminal conviction can significantly harm employment opportunities. Those who are released from jail or prison often find great difficulty in finding a solid job that provides a decent paycheck to earn a living. In many case, it can take years for formerly incarcerated persons to find work that offers financial stability. According to a survey … Read More>

New Developments in Kentucky Expungement Law
March 26, 2017

Around this time last year, Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin signed a bill that allows some Class D felony convictions to be cleared from criminal records five years after a sentence is completed. House Bill 40 provides a process for people to file a motion to have his or her conviction vacated—or set aside. If the court grants the application, the … Read More>

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>

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