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Written by attorney Jeremy M. Saland | May 30, 2017

Sealing a Criminal Conviction and Case in New York: Understanding NY CPL 160.59

This October 2017, New York Criminal Procedure Law 160.59 will provide those convicted of misdemeanors and felonies an opportunity to seal their cases. What is the sealing process and how do you start? Is sealing and expungement the same? What are the benefits? Are you eligible? Read below to learn.

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To learn more about New York sealing law and "expungement", more in depth, yet easily readable, information is available at Crotty Saland PC's New York Sealing Information Page at CrottySaland.Com and the Sealing and Expungement section of the NewYorkCriminalLawyerBlog.Com. Crotty Saland PC is a New York criminal defense firm founded by two former Manhattan prosecutors representing clients in sealing applications pursuant to CPL 160.59 throughout every municipality and county in New York State. CrottySaland.Com. 52 Duane Street 7th Floor. NY. NY. 10007. (212) 312-7129 Attorney Advertising - Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome

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