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How Long Does a Misdemeanor Stay on Your Record?

While a misdemeanor is not as serious as a felony, you can still face problems with background checks. When you apply for a job or a new apartment, others make assumptions about you. While a misdemeanor charge does not automatically fall off your record, there is an expungement process that removes your criminal charges from public knowledge. I...
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Can Misdemeanors Be Expunged?

Whether you have a class one or class three misdemeanor on your record, you may know the feeling of rejection well. It can be difficult to keep a job or get an apartment with a criminal record, even a misdemeanor. If you have already served your time and any probationary period, you may be hoping for an expunged record so that you can start fresh....
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How to Get a Felony Expunged

If you have a felony record, you know how difficult it can be to get a job or lease an apartment. You know what it feels like to be treated like a second class citizen even if you have served your time and are no longer living the same lifestyle.  In North Carolina, there is a system of expungement so that you don’t have to live with a c...
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How Do Expungements Work?

When you have a criminal record, there are harsh limits on your life. You may be struggling to get a job or having trouble finding an apartment and wondering how expungements work to remove criminal records from your permanent record. Let's look at the steps to get your criminal records expunged under North Carolina law. Do Your Time You...
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What Happens If You Get a DUI With a Child in Your Vehicle?

Every state enforces safe-driving laws that intend to protect both the driver and the public from reckless accidents. One of the illegal activities that puts drivers and pedestrians at risk is driving under the influence (DUI). Driving while under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs comes with hefty penalties, because of how severe the injur...
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