Written by attorney James Edward Monroe

Shock Program Inmates Eligible for Conditional Sealing of Criminal Record

In 2012, the Supreme Court, New York County, held that the Shock Program qualifies for conditional sealing of a criminal record under New York Criminal Procedure Law section 160.58. The availability of record sealing makes shock incarceration even more attractive to eligible inmates.

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For help gaining participation in shock incarceration, the Judicial Diversion Program or other drug treatment as an alternative to incarceration, or for assistance applying for sealing of your criminal record under New York criminal procedure law, contact a knowledgeable and experienced local legal attorney.

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