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Written by attorney James Edward Monroe

Despite Change in Record-Sealing Law, Few New Yorkers Sealing Old Criminal Histories

According to reporting conducted by the New York Times, although a change in New York law made it easier for those with old convictions to have their criminal records sealed; yet there is still a low number in sealing conviction records.

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