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State Senate Candidate Matt Richardson pleaded guilty in 1993 to one count of communicating with a minor for immoral purposes, a gross misdemeanor.  Richardson vigorously maintains his innocence and that he was falsely accused of this offense when he was […]

The Law Offices of Higbee and Associates, a leading criminal record clearing law firm, will soon launch a free online service to assist people in applying for pardons in most states and for federal offenses.  The site, which is scheduled […]

The New Jersey Supreme court has ruled that a law enforcement officer’s former conviction does not disqualify him from continued work as a police officer.   The offense is also eligible for expungement. The defendant in this case was a former […]

Congressman Steve Cohen (Democrat from Tennessee’s 9th Congressional District) introduced expungement legislation entitled the Fresh Start Act.  If enacted, the law would provide much needed relief to many federal offenders and provide incentives for states to provide similar relief for […]

Arizona will join Alaska and Vermont in allowing people to carry a concealed weapon without a permit in 2010.   Arizona Governor Jan Brewer (Republican) signed the pro-Second Amendment law that will go into affect 90 days after the current legislation […]

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