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On February 5th, 2013, sponsor Chris England, Democratic Representative of Tuscaloosa, proposed House Bill 56. The Bill would allow a person to expunge his or her arrest record if the person was not convicted of the crime he or she ... Continue reading

On March 16th, 2013, New Mexico Senate Bill 294 was passed by the House. If signed into law by the Governor, the Bill will allow for the expungement of wrongful arrests and for arrests that did not lead to a ... Continue reading

On January 17th, 2013, the Indiana General Assembly introduced Senate Bill 603 that would allow judges to expunge an arrest or conviction from a person’s criminal record. Currently, Indiana allows certain misdemeanors and Class D felonies to be sealed. The ... Continue reading

On February 7th, 2013, the General Assembly of Rhode Island introduced House Bill 5328 that would allow the expungement of up to five misdemeanor convictions. Currently, Rhode Island allows the expungement of a single nonviolent felony or misdemeanor crime for ... Continue reading

On March 16th, 2013, the New Mexico House passed a bill that will allow for an individual to petition to expunge convictions for certain crimes. New Mexico law currently only allowesfor individuals to petition for post-conviction relief when new evidence ... Continue reading

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