The “Arrest and Alleged Charges No Longer Exist — as If It Never Happened”

Expungement laws let people who have been arrested—and often even ones who have been convicted—get their records removed from government databases, or sometimes sealed so that some government agencies can access them but the public can’t.

Source: The “Arrest and Alleged Charges No Longer Exist — as If It Never Happened”

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