He has a pretty decent criminal history but that was the only felony. He's a pastor now and has completely changed his life. Hasn't been in any trouble sinc the 2003 felony conviction. Probation ended in June 2008. He's married with two children and he's in the running for a state of FL position.
You will need to repost your question tinamou a new York criminal lawyer as the charge he seeks to seal is in NY.
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You have to ask this of a NY attorney. Here in FL it could not be sealed or expunged because there was a conviction.
R. Jason de Groot, Esq., 386-337-8239
You would need to contact an attorney in NY where the offense occured.
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