NY Gov. Cuomo Issues Pardons Under New Program for Teens

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New York is pardoning some former offenders who committed a nonviolent crime when they were 16 or 17 and have stayed conviction-free for at least 10 years. Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the first group of 101 pardons after creating the youth pardon program in 2015. About 10,000 people could benefit from the program. So far, it's received 260 applications.
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