How to Legally Erase Your Criminal Record?

Answer A criminal record can cause you serious hardship. It can make it difficult to obtain a job or receive an education, let alone the embarrassment of having to explain you past to friends and family. ... Read More »

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Does drug court erase a criminal record?

Jackson County's (Missouri) drug diversion program is typical of drug courts in other states in that it requires offenders to undertake and complete a drug rehabilitation program as an alternative ... Read More »

How to Legally Erase Bankruptcy?

When you file for bankruptcy, the credit bureaus record your bankruptcy case on your credit report. Through the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the U.S. government allows the credit bureaus to continue ... Read More »

Removing Federal Criminal Offenses From Your Criminal Record?

If you have been convicted of a federal crime, the only way that you can have the offenses completely removed from your record is to prove government misconduct. Without proof of misconduct you can... Read More »

Will a criminal record stop me from getting a job in criminal justice?

Depending on the nature of the offense and the particular position, a criminal record may not disqualify you from a job in the criminal justice system. For example, a speeding ticket will not disqu... Read More »