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Many people that were once ineligible for expungement in Pennsylvania may possibly be eligible in the future.  State Senator Tim Solobay recently reintroduced a bill, Senate Bill 391, to allow individuals who have misdemeanors of the 2nd and 3rd degree ... Continue reading

On the February 7th, Rep. Joseph Almeida, along with other legislators, introduced House Bill 5328, which will allow for up to five misdemeanors to be expunged from a person’s criminal record. Currently the law only allows for the expungement of ... Continue reading

On February 11th, 2013, the Kentucky House passed a bill that would allow for the expungement of Class D felonies after a waiting period has lapsed. Currently, people living in Kentucky with a past felony offense are not allowed to ... Continue reading

The Law Firm of Higbee & Associates scored a major victory today in the fight against unauthorized practice in the area of expungement and post-conviction relief.   The victory came in the form of a California Appellate decision that held that ... Continue reading

North Carolina Passes First Expungement Law: On July 16, 2012, North Carolina passed the monumental House Bill 1023. It is the first bill of its kind in North Carolina to offer broad expungement opportunities for adults convicted of low-level crimes. ... Continue reading

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