NY Allowing More Sealing of Old Criminal Records

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A new New York law will allow thousands of ex-convicts to seal records of old criminal convictions, the Wall Street Journal reports. Advocates hope it doesn’t fizzle like a similar but seldom-used statute from 2009. The law, which takes effect Saturday, is intended to remove an obstacle that could prevent some people with nonviolent criminal convictions from getting a . . .

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