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On Tuesday, the Indiana House passed a bill that would allow expungement of arrests and convictions after a waiting period has lapsed. Currently, Indiana has a sealing law that allows a person to seal their record if it is a […]

Making headlines in Illinois recently, Governor Quinn recently granted clemency to over 80 pardons applicants. For these people, this may be the first step to expunging their records and removing the record from public view. In the state of Illinois, […]

In the spring of 2012, Utah Governor Gary Herbert signed House Bill 13 into law. The bill, which had broad support in both houses of the legislature, makes it possible for certain sex and kidnap offenders to have their names […]

A background company, HireRight Solutions, was ordered to pay $2.6 million in a settlement due to not verifying information in the criminal background checks they supplied. The company performs background checks on potential employees for thousands of employers nationwide. The […]

A new law was passed in North Carolina which allows people that were once ineligible to clear their record, to now be able to do so. The law was signed on July 16, 2012 by Governor Bev Perdue and changes […]

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