In 2015 I was convicted of possession of marijuana. It was less than one gram (0.9). I have a bachelor of science degree in applied psychology from a prestigious university. I am looking to relocate, possibly to the dallas, tx area.
Changing to criminal defense. Yours is not a question involving immigration law.
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That will depend on the hiring standards of your potential employer. Contact a criminal defense lawyer n the state of your conviction to see if there is any way to have it expunged or set aside.
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