Some time ago (2000) I made a bad mistake at a bar and had 3 XTC pills and 2 small bags of cocaine on me. They were in separate bags so I was charged with possession and manufacturing of a ... Continue reading
I have a misdemeanor charge in Colorado Springs with my ex-girlfriendÂ back when I was 26 or 27 yrs old which puts the year around 1990 or 91.Â We over drank one night at home, then got into an argument. Â MyÂ girlfriend was ... Continue reading
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Expungement or record sealing is the process of requesting that the courts and/or law enforcement agencies modify, seal or destroy criminal records. The definition, benefits and requirements of expungement or record sealing varies by state. In many instances when a record is expunged or sealed, it cannot be viewed by the public and the applicant does not have to disclose any past criminal activity. Most states offer this relief because it is good public policy to allow deserving people to fully contribute in society.
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