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How Long Does a Drug Crime Stay on Your Record?
How Long Does a Drug Crime Stay on Your Record?

In California, if you received a felony drug charge or conviction, it’s only natural you will want to have it removed from your record at some point. However, it’s not possible for it to truly be completely removed. A felony charge or conviction will stay with you and can ...

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    Police are known for upholding the standard of the law; however, they are allowed to use deception to accomplish this task. Unfortunately, many people ...

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    The way people see and treat inanimate objects is incredibly sentimental; for example, every person’s room is unique to their style and preferences. ...

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  • What Is an Expungement?

    Committing a crime takes a couple of minutes, but the ramifications can last decades. Arrest and conviction records stick to people and can affect ...

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    As a passenger in a vehicle, you cannot be charged for a DUI, as the acronym stands for “driving under the influence.” However, there are situations ...

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