Expungement

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Creation Date January 14th, 2020
Updated Date Updated March 2nd, 2020
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Another win by and for the advocates in New Jersey and nationwide! This is what happens when we make lawmakers bend the knee and make a stink until we get progress!  Source:  https://www.marijuanamoment.net/new-jersey-lawmakers-approve-marijuana-decriminalization-expungements-and-medical-cannabis-expansion/  To Bring This Home: https://www.njleg.state.nj.us/members/legsearch.asp https://www.njleg.state.nj.us/selectmun.asp --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iamcannabissativapodcast/message
As the New Jersey legislature gets ready to vote on recreational marijuana legalization, New York continues to work on it. WNYC New Jersey reporter, Karen Rouse, and Amol Sinha, executive director of ACLU New Jersey, talk about how each state is approaching social justice issues like record expungement and who gets a license to sell.
Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill is moving to reduce drug-related convictions for 12,000 people from criminal records.
What happens if someone is convicted of a crime but wants to erase their criminal history? Is that a thing?  Jessa and Nick talk about the confusing world (and semantics) of expungement.
A new program in Salt Lake County is helping those with non-violent criminal records overcome employment and housing barriers by expunging their records. Healthy Mind Matters Host Maria Shilaos speaks with Expungement Navigator Jake Smith and participants Destiny Garcia and Amy Daeschel about how expungement is changing lives.
During this podcast, defense attorney James Doerr will discuss the general rules regarding the expungement of criminal violations.
One of the biggest obstacles to financial success and freedom can be a criminal record. It can prevent you from getting a better paying job, a security clearance, or a gun permit. Many times this record contains convictions of minor, non-violent crimes that were committed many years ago and represent a very different time in your life. But that doesn’t have to be the case! New Jersey provides a mechanism and procedure for wiping out this record and allowing you to move onward and upward with your life. So in this episode of the podcast I discuss this process and how you can use it to improve your situation and your chances of financial freedom.
n episode 36 of Black Law and Legal Lies, Ann, Becky, and Dan examine a few of the intricacies of expunging your criminal record. #WipeMeDown 1.What exactly does expungement mean? 2.If you’re crime is expunged does that mean you’re no longer convicted? 3.When a criminal background check is performed, does the crime show up? 4. The DIY guide to getting your criminal record expunged. There’s LITERALLY and app for that! Ann lays out the steps you’d need to take if you are attempting to have your record expunged. If you’re in Louisiana, the state offers a free app called the Clean Jacket app that you can use to request a crime be expunged. 5.What types of crimes are eligible for an expungement? (Ex. Drugs, DUI, violent crimes, felonies, misdemeanors, etc…). 6.If you plead guilty to a crime, can you still get an expungement down the line? 7.If the case is dismissed, retired, of you get a diversionary sentence, are you eligible? 8.If you’ve served time for your crime, are you still a candidate for an expungement? 9.Why do people typically look to expunge their criminal records? 10.How many times, and in how many states can you expunge your criminal record? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blacklawpodcast/support

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