Clearing Criminal History through Expungement
A Presentation by the OCBA Juvenile Law Committee
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February 15, 2021
Oakland County Bar Association
Criminal Law, Juvenile Law
Having a clean criminal record can make a difference for someone who is looking for work, housing, or applying for credit. Expungement procedures will be changing in April and this seminar will provide an important overview of those changes. Attorneys will learn which crimes can be expunged, how to apply for expungement, factors the court will consider, and practical pointers for preparing for an expungement hearing.Expand summary
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