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Many people have the misconception that if their case was never filed by the prosecutorial agency or if their case was dismissed, the arrest records no longer exist. In fact, some employers can... more
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Expungement. With an expungement, some of the benefits include telling potential employers that you have not been convicted of a crime; you can be eligible for student loans; you can be eligible for... more
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If you have been arrested in California, but not convicted, you may be able to totally seal and destroy your arrest record to protect you from highly negative social, legal and career consequences of... more
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Many people do not realize that having a criminal record doesnt always mean that you have been convicted of a crime. Merely being arrested (even if charges were never filed) can have an adverse... more
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