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When Does The Record Stop?

When has the debt to society been paid-in-full? Many people are aware of the anticipated consequences of a criminal conviction: jail time, probation, restitution, etc. These consequences are explained at the time of sentencing and are imposed by law. However, the collateral consequences of a conviction are less well known – often because they are UNKNOWN or not considered… Click HERE to read more.

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