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  • n. Plural form of expungement.

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Examples

  • Her voice mail at Howard's office said she worked in the appellate division and dealt with expungements, which is the removal of criminal convictions, usually for people convicted under the state's first-time offender law.

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  • Louisiana has an interesting (to a lawyer, which translates as “confusing” to a layperson) collection of laws regarding to expungements, restoration of rights, and related matters.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Acquittal in “I Didn’t Know I Was a Felon” Felon-in-Possession Case

  • Nickles's office has begun notifying the drivers, a move that immediately triggered at least one lawsuit against the District and could lead to requests for expungements, new trials and even deeper skepticism about the integrity of testing.

    400 drunken-driving convictions in D.C. based on flawed test, official says

  • Louisiana has an interesting to a lawyer, which translates as “confusing” to a layperson collection of laws regarding to expungements, restoration of rights, and related matters.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Acquittal in “I Didn’t Know I Was a Felon” Felon-in-Possession Case

  • And it's also why the Illinois State Police's denial of thousands of court-ordered sealings and expungements over the past several years has drawn swift attention from the courts and the Illinois attorney general, as first uncovered and reported by The Chicago Reporter.

    Alden Loury: Between a Rock and a Criminal Background Check

  • On June 17, MVLP will host a free legal clinic that will prepare wills and expungements for citizens of Hinds, Rankin and Madison counties.

    Jackson Free Press - Breaking News

  • Pat Quinn granted 147 criminal pardons and two expungements Friday, while denying 258 clemency petitions, according to his office.

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  • Littlejohn said the state police might have to conduct more than 100 expungements a day under the law, something that would "overwhelm" the lab.

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  • Alaska law already allows people whose records are sealed to deny the existence of the records, and the bill now under consideration in the state House Judiciary Committee would extend that to expungements, Gatto said.

    Anchorage Daily News - Alaska News

  • The expungements apply to juveniles who appeared before Ciavarella without an attorney and who were charged with offenses like shoplifting, graffiti and theft under $200, Rosado said.

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