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Can Past Convictions Be Removed from My Criminal Record?
Can Past Convictions Be Removed from My Criminal Record?

If you’ve ever been arrested, charged with, or convicted of a crime, you already know how a past mistake can continue to haunt you for years. Even if you were never even charged with a crime, simply being in the wrong place at the wrong time can have a serious, lasting ...

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Blog Posts in 2020

  • My Miranda Rights Were Not Read To Me - Will My Charges Be Dismissed?

    Can Charges Be Dismissed If the Police Did Not Read Me My Miranda Rights Chances are you’ve heard of Miranda rights from watching your favorite crime ...

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    Will A Prosecutor Dismiss A Case If A Victim Refuses to Testify? A victim in a criminal case may choose not to testify for a variety of reasons. – but ...

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  • Is It Illegal to Have Sex In Public?

    The truth is – sex in public is risky business. Despite the risk of someone catching you ”in the act” it happens all the time. Perhaps it’s the very ...

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    Workers’ Compensation Fraud Workers’ Compensation or (Workers’ Comp or Workman’s Comp) is a type of insurance that provides compensation and benefits ...

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  • Understanding Federal & State Laws Regarding Hoarding of Goods & Price Gouging During Emergencies

    Under both federal and state law in California, it is unlawful to engage in the hoarding of designated scare materials or price gouging during times ...

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    If you are approached by a police officer, you do not have to answer a police officer’s questions. You have a 5 th Amendment Constitutional right to ...

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