This decision was made because there should be no indication of the crime left on an exonerees record in order for the crime to be considered expunged
, or "erased.
People convicted of more serious felonies will have their records expunged
after six months, under the bill, passed by parliament yesterday.
I've had more people come in to talk to me about having their records expunged
in the last year than I have had in the previous 13 combined.
As a first-time drunk-driving offender, Gibson was eligible to have his convictions expunged
after successfully completing probation, including a rehabilitation program, and maintaining a clean driving license.
According to the Times, many also allow adults to request that their records be expunged
after a certain amount of time if they have been arrested for or convicted of minor crimes such as disorderly conduct or shoplifting.
Displayed on a tiny DVD player that took up perhaps one-millionth of the volume of the darkened gallery created for it at Schloss Gagosian, the three-minute loop consists of game-show footage featuring extravagant sets with all signs of life expunged
from them except contestants.
In February 2000, she proposed a bill that would allow people convicted of misdemeanors to have their records automatically expunged
if they stayed out of trouble for two years.
On June 1, the board of supervisors voted 3-2 to side with the ACLU's demand that the Christian symbol be expunged
because it is allegedly unconstitutional and offensive to non-Christians.
When he visited relatives in Mexico last year, a routine border-patrol screening turned up an expunged
conviction for possession of a controlled substance.
It's unfortunate that our client isn't going to have Iris record expunged
, but we won on the big issue," declares Kary Moss, executive director of the ACLU in Michigan.
A 2-0 home win over Swindon Supermarine pushed the Reds five points clear of Sutton Coldfield Town, though the gap will be slashed when Redditch lose the points from their win over Atherstone United, once the defunct Adders see their record expunged
Cleveland's Drug Court, which offers low-level, first-time offenders and some second-time offenders a chance to get sober in exchange for expunged
criminal records, has drawn praise from all sides of the justice system, including defense lawyers, prosecutors, judges, police and drug-treatment counselors.