“A Joke,” Says Cop Of Florida’s Offender Breaks

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A 63-year-old Florida law allows judges to void the convictions of felony offenders. In the first of a four-part series, the Miami Herald says the procedure is called a “withhold of adjudication.” Intended as a one-time break for first-time offenders, it allows people to say they have never been convicted of a crime. The procedure
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