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Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, over 1 year ago.
As the poor economy and high unemployment rate continue to plague our country, homelessness has continued to become a reality for hundreds of thousands of Americans. Each night,... more
Written by attorney Kristy L. Bruce, over 1 year ago.
New Jersey statute N.J.S.A. 2C:52-1 outlines when an individual may qualify to have something on their criminal record expunged or removed. This guide will help individuals determine if... more
Written by attorney Jacob Will, over 1 year ago.
This guide will attempt to give the reader a brief overview of what steps are necessary to apply for a sealing of a criminal record, and how to successfully have the record sealed. This is... more
Written by attorney S. Janaan Hashim, 6 months ago.
What is an expungement? Expunging a record only applies to cases in which there was no conviction. This can happen by being found not guilty, the charges being dismissed, etc. What is... more
Written by attorney Guichard St. Surin, about 1 year ago.
There are numerous consequences that can follow when a person receives a criminal conviction. One of these collateral consequences is the potential deportation or removal of a qualifying... more
Written by attorney Stephen Wolfe, 9 months ago.
I see a lot of people on Avvo asking how to have records of an Ohio criminal conviction expunged. Simple answer: you can't. The State of Ohio no longer allows expungement. It does,... more
Written by attorney David Abbott, about 1 year ago.
Will This Be On My Criminal History?
Almost every client asks me this question. Unfortunately, many attorneys either dont understand the full answer to this question or dont explain it to... more
Written by attorney James Mortland, about 1 year ago.
A legal consultation with a criminal defense attorney is typically free but it is not going to be lengthy. The normal amount of time that an attorney can spend on an individual consultation... more
Written by attorney Elmer Sanchez, over 2 years ago.
In the criminal process, either the state or federal government is seeking to detain and punish a person whom the government believes is guilty of committing a crime. The U.S. Constitution... more
Written by attorney Elisabeth Pasqualini, over 1 year ago.
By Shaffer Engle Law Offices, LLC posted in Discovery on Wednesday, April 17, 2013
'Discovery' is the disclosure of evidence that will be used against the accused at trial or may be... more
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