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Life can be hard, right? Even when you’re doing the right things and being a good person, for whatever reason, sometimes that just isn’t enough.

Maybe you want to apply for new housing, and give your family a better quality of life…

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Maybe you find yourself in and out of the same situation year in, and year out, and you just want things to change for the better…

Or maybe you just want a decent job, the chance to prove yourself and not fear the mailbox because you don’t have enough money to pay food and rent month to month…

Maybe you want ALL of these things… but something from your past is stopping you.

That’s right.

You know exactly what I’m talking about.

It’s your criminal record.

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Your criminal record stops you from getting housing, from keeping a good job, and it pulls you back into the system.

It’s even responsible for the all the judgments, dirty looks, and people avoiding you that shouldn’t be a part of your life but is.

There’s great news for you though.

Hidden within the system is the answer to all your problems!

There’s a process called expungement that can legally wipe your record and make it completely clean.

But, make no mistake…

Expungement is a legal process. It’s within every state’s laws, so it’s not a scam. It can be pretty quick (as fast as ONE month!). And it’s as easy as turning in forms to the right places, not a series of actual court hearings.

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Because it’s a legal process, attorney help would be nice, but expensive.  I’ve actually found an attorney that charges $4000 dollars to get your record expunged!

Don’t worry, there IS an answer, and it DOESN’T cost you thousands of dollars. I mean, who has that kind of money laying around?

Clean Record Club is a site that will give you access to a simple step-by-step guide that will make the process of expungement even easier!

Sign up through the website, and you’ll get a confirmation email giving you INSTANT access to the step-by-step guide.

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If you want your record cleared, but DON’T want to…

  • waste time figuring out the system.
  • get confused with the process, and make it take longer.
  • pay THOUSANDS of dollars for special attorneys.

Then Click Here and sign up for the Clean Record Club TODAY.

Don’t let your criminal record prevent you from getting steady jobs, securing loans, getting custody of your children, or your American rights any longer! You owe it to yourself, and to your family. Take back your freedom, and give yourself a fresh start and a new life.mugcar

Sign up here NOW to clear your record and begin your new life.


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P.S. When’s the last time you felt completely in control of your life? Clean Record Club will make clearing your record as simple as possible. Take back your power, and sign up TODAY.

Have you ever been convicted of a crime?

This is the question on every job application that most people fear. In fact, 1 out of 4 people in the United States have a criminal record.

Due to recent legislation, you can now expunge criminal records and legally answer “NO” to that same dreaded question!

Crowds are celebrating as new laws have gone into effect. More people than ever before are now eligible for expungement nationwide.

Charges that can be eligible for expungement include arrest records, misdemeanors, felonies, assault, trespassing, possession, theft, shoplifting, fraud, and many more.

Celebrate 2016 with a clean criminal record. Click HERE to save over 75% today!

Why would the government allow this?

A recent Stanford study revealed that an expunged record makes it easier for people with criminal histories to find employment.

Increased employment in turn benefits the government through increasing tax revenues and decreasing public assistance payments.

Is it expensive?

This depends on how you go about it. Some people prefer to have an attorney do all the work for them and this can get expensive. As much as $5000.

However, you DO NOT need an attorney. If you choose to do it on your own you can save a lot of money!

Clean Record Club has put together an affordable in-depth expungement guide that breaks down the entire process and makes it very easy to understand.

Everything you need to get started for just $19.99!

How long does it take?

Expungement can usually be completed in less than 2 months with just a few simple forms.

Clean Record Club provides access to FREE expungement clinics in your area to help ensure you fill out the forms correctly.

Most cases don’t even require a court appearance. The majority of the time you are just waiting to hear back from the court.

So if you are tired of being treated differently because of your criminal record, there is no better time than now to take back control of your life.

Expungement can help you apply for the job you deserve. Get a loan for the house of your dreams. Restore your rights to firearms. Live the life you want to live.

How do i do it?

Take advantage of our New Year Special and save over 75%. It’s easy. If you choose to hire an attorney, find one in your city that specializes in expungement. If you choose to do it yourself, log on to Clean Record Club to find what you are looking for.

Don’t waste time and money. Do it right the first time with Clean Record Club.

If you are ready to erase your criminal record, click here now.

Note from the Author: I have to warn you before you click on the link above, the information you find may dramatically improve the quality of your life. 

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It lingers for years like a scarlet letter, often with devastating consequences: a criminal record.

Legal experts offered tips and glimmers of hope Friday to those trying to have their criminal records expunged or cleared of some convictions, which can block housing, educational, and career choices.

An expungement for offenses such as disorderly persons or petty disorderly persons convictions, municipal ordinance convictions, and some drug offenses if the person is 21 or younger at the time of the crime could yield a clean slate.

“What does an expungement do? It makes it like it never happened,” said Camden County Assistant Prosecutor William Staas.

About 25 people attended the free public seminar in a lecture hall at Camden County College in Blackwood. They came from diverse backgrounds and included former offenders, parents seeking to have records expunged for their children, and employers who must screen out potential hires with criminal records.

Stacie Isler of Lindenwold left in tears after learning that her criminal records could not be expunged. She had two felony convictions in the 1980s and 1990s for theft by deception.

“You only get one bite at the apple,” said Isler, a retired nurse and mother of seven. “You just want your past to go away.”

During the two-hour seminar, Staas and other legal experts discussed the types of criminal and juvenile records that can be expunged. Staas meticulously reviewed the process for filing a petition for expungement, and urged the attendees to complete the required forms themselves and avoid legal fees that could reach thousands of dollars.

“Our job is not to put hurdles and make it impossible for you,” he told the audience. Staas did not address individual cases, and attendees spoke anonymously.

Other convictions that cannot be expunged include criminal homicide, kidnapping, aggravated sexual assault, perjury, robbery, luring, or enticing.

In Camden County, about 30 expungement petitions are filed weekly, Staas said. Some must be amended several times to correct mistakes and ultimately are approved, he said. An expungement petition can be filed in Superior Court in the county where the arrest or conviction occurred. A judge must approve the order.

Offenders typically file for an expungement to obtain employment or security clearance or financial aid to attend college. Isler wanted her record expunged so she could qualify to live in an affordable-housing unit.

“When I was younger, I was just crazy,” one woman admitted. “I just want that to go away.”

A father said he was trying to clear his son’s record. The teenager “clocked” a teacher and was placed under house arrest.

Another father asked if he could file a petition for his 25-year-old son.

“You had better bring them with you,” Staas cautioned. “They’re adults.”

Debbie Mikiten, 50, of Cherry Hill, a branch manager at a home health agency, said she was unable to hire about 10 percent of applicants because they had criminal records. She hopes to share information from the expungement seminar with applicants.

“We have to turn people away,” Mikiten said. “I don’t think it’s fair that it holds them back. They could one day become nurses and doctors.”

Burlington County also will hold a free expungement workshop on Tuesday from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Burlington County Library, 5 Pioneer Blvd., Westampton. Mark Natale, a lawyer, and Alexis Agre, a Burlington County assistant prosecutor, will be the speakers. No registration is required.

source: http://articles.philly.com/

A key Senate Republican said Thursday that he’ll back legislation that would allow young people to seek expungement of alcohol and marijuana convictions.

State Sen. Ryan McDougle, chairman of the Senate Republican Caucus, said the bill will be one of a few criminal justice reform measures likely to move in the coming legislative session, which begins next month. He said people under 21 should be given a shot at expungement to improve their employment options.

The legislation would deal with simple possession cases, not selling marijuana. McDougle, a former prosecutor, said there’s no method for expungement now.

McDougle, R-Hanover, and House Majority Leader Kirk Cox also signaled that a number of juvenile justice reforms Gov. Terry McAuliffe is expected to propose in the coming weeks will find receptive ears in the Republican controlled General Assembly.

The governor’s Department of Juvenile Justice pitched a number of changes recently to the House Appropriations Committee, including the replacement of a pair of aging detention facilities that it doesn’t feel suit rehabilitation mission.

McDougle said the Senate may not follow the path laid out by the administration, but he said the ideas are “very thoughtful” and that “we might have some ways we can achieve some of the goals he wants to do in a different direction.”

Cox, R-Colonial Heights, said the House will likely take a similar direction.

“Some of the concepts are really good,” Cox said of DJJ Director Andrew Block’s proposals. “I think we like a lot of the innovation that he’s looking at.”

Cox specifically mentioned Block’s proposal for a new juvenile justice facility in Hampton Roads, which is part of a plan to keep young offenders closer to home.

The comments came during A.P. Day, an annual gathering of press and politicians ahead of the legislative session.

Have you ever been convicted of a crime?

This is the question on every job application that most people fear. In fact, 1 out of 4 people in Ohio have a criminal record.

Due to recent legislation, you can now expunge criminal records and legally answer “NO” to that same dreaded question!

Crowds are celebrating as new laws have gone into effect. More people than ever before are now eligible for expungement nationwide.

Charges that can be eligible for expungement include arrest records, misdemeanors, felonies, assault, trespassing, possession, theft, shoplifting, fraud, and many more.

Start your expungement HERE today!

Why would the government allow this?

A recent Stanford study revealed that an expunged record makes it easier for people with criminal histories to find employment.

Increased employment in turn benefits the government through increasing tax revenues and decreasing public assistance payments.

Is it expensive?

This depends on how you go about it. Some people prefer to have an attorney do all the work for them and this can get expensive. As much as $5000.

However, you DO NOT need an attorney. If you choose to do it on your own you can save a lot of money!

Clean Record Club has put together an affordable in-depth expungement guide that breaks down the entire process and makes it very easy to understand.

Everything you need to get started for just $19.99!

How long does it take?

Expungement can usually be completed in less than 2 months with just a few simple forms.

Clean Record Club provides access to FREE expungement clinics in your area to help ensure you fill out the forms correctly.

Most cases don’t even require a court appearance. The majority of the time you are just waiting to hear back from the court.

So if you are tired of being treated differently because of your criminal record, there is no better time than now to take back control of your life.

Expungement can help you apply for the job you deserve. Get a loan for the house of your dreams. Restore your rights to firearms. Live the life you want to live.

How do i do it?

It’s easy. First, decide if you want to pay an attorney or do it yourself. If you choose to hire an attorney, find one in your city that specializes in expungement. If you choose to do it yourself, log on to Clean Record Club to find what you are looking for.

Don’t waste time and money. Do it right the first time with Clean Record Club.

If you are ready to erase your criminal record, click here now.

Note from the Author: I have to warn you before you click on the link above, the information you find may dramatically improve the quality of your life. 

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Have you ever been convicted of a crime?

This is the question on every job application that most people fear. In fact, 1 out of 4 people in the United States have a criminal record.

Due to recent legislation, you can now expunge criminal records and legally answer “NO” to that same dreaded question!

Crowds are celebrating as new laws have gone into effect. More people than ever before are now eligible for expungement nationwide.

Charges that can be eligible for expungement include arrest records, misdemeanors, felonies, assault, trespassing, possession, theft, shoplifting, fraud, and many more.

Start your expungement HERE today!

Why would the government allow this?

A recent Stanford study revealed that an expunged record makes it easier for people with criminal histories to find employment.

Increased employment in turn benefits the government through increasing tax revenues and decreasing public assistance payments.

Is it expensive?

This depends on how you go about it. Some people prefer to have an attorney do all the work for them and this can get expensive. As much as $5000.

However, you DO NOT need an attorney. If you choose to do it on your own you can save a lot of money!

Clean Record Club has put together an affordable in-depth expungement guide that breaks down the entire process and makes it very easy to understand.

Everything you need to get started for just $24.99!

How long does it take?

Expungement can usually be completed in less than 2 months with just a few simple forms.

Clean Record Club provides access to FREE expungement clinics in your area to help ensure you fill out the forms correctly.

Most cases don’t even require a court appearance. The majority of the time you are just waiting to hear back from the court.

So if you are tired of being treated differently because of your criminal record, there is no better time than now to take back control of your life.

Expungement can help you apply for the job you deserve. Get a loan for the house of your dreams. Restore your rights to firearms. Live the life you want to live.

How do i do it?

It’s easy. First, decide if you want to pay an attorney or do it yourself. If you choose to hire an attorney, find one in your city that specializes in expungement. If you choose to do it yourself, log on to Clean Record Club to find what you are looking for.

Don’t waste time and money. Do it right the first time with Clean Record Club.

If you are ready to erase your criminal record, click here now.

Note from the Author: I have to warn you before you click on the link above, the information you find may dramatically improve the quality of your life. 

hackersafe

Life can be hard, right? Even when you’re doing the right things and being a good person, for whatever reason, sometimes that just isn’t enough.

Maybe you want to apply for new housing, and give your family a better quality of life…

happy-family-and-dog

Maybe you find yourself in and out of the same situation year in, and year out, and you just want things to change for the better…

Or maybe you just want a decent job, the chance to prove yourself and not fear the mailbox because you don’t have enough money to pay food and rent month to month…

Maybe you want ALL of these things… but something from your past is stopping you.

That’s right.

You know exactly what I’m talking about.

It’s your criminal record.

criminaljobsearch1

Your criminal record stops you from getting housing, from keeping a good job, and it pulls you back into the system.

It’s even responsible for the all the judgments, dirty looks, and people avoiding you that shouldn’t be a part of your life but is.

There’s great news for you though.

Hidden within the system is the answer to all your problems!

There’s a process called expungement that can legally wipe your record and make it completely clean.

But, make no mistake…

Expungement is a legal process. It’s within every state’s laws, so it’s not a scam. It can be pretty quick (as fast as ONE month!). And it’s as easy as turning in forms to the right places, not a series of actual court hearings.

courtselfie2

Because it’s a legal process, attorney help would be nice, but expensive.  I’ve actually found an attorney that charges $4000 dollars to get your record expunged!

Don’t worry, there IS an answer, and it DOESN’T cost you thousands of dollars. I mean, who has that kind of money laying around?

Clean Record Club is a site that will give you access to a simple step-by-step guide that will make the process of expungement even easier!

Sign up through the website, and you’ll get a confirmation email giving you INSTANT access to the step-by-step guide.

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If you want your record cleared, but DON’T want to…

  • waste time figuring out the system.
  • get confused with the process, and make it take longer.
  • pay THOUSANDS of dollars for special attorneys.

Then Click Here and sign up for the Clean Record Club TODAY.

Don’t let your criminal record prevent you from getting steady jobs, securing loans, getting custody of your children, or your American rights any longer! You owe it to yourself, and to your family. Take back your freedom, and give yourself a fresh start and a new life.mugcar

Sign up here NOW to clear your record and begin your new life.


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P.S. When’s the last time you felt completely in control of your life? Clean Record Club will make clearing your record as simple as possible. Take back your power, and sign up TODAY.

Have you ever been convicted of a crime?

This is the question on every job application that most people fear. In fact, 1 out of 4 people in the United States have a criminal record.

Due to recent legislation, you can now expunge criminal records and legally answer “NO” to that same dreaded question!

Crowds are celebrating as new laws have gone into effect. More people than ever before are now eligible for expungement nationwide.

Why would the government allow this?

A recent Stanford study revealed that an expunged record makes it easier for people with criminal histories to find employment.

Increased employment in turn benefits the government through increasing tax revenues and decreasing public assistance payments.

Is it expensive?

This depends on how you go about it. Some people prefer to have an attorney do all the work for them and this can get expensive. As much as $5000.

However, you DO NOT need an attorney. If you choose to do it on your own you can save a lot of money!

Clean Record Club has put together an affordable in-depth expungement guide that breaks down the entire process and makes it very easy to understand.

Everything you need to get started for just $19.99!

How long does it take?

Expungement can usually be completed in less than 2 months with just a few simple forms.

Clean Record Club provides access to FREE expungement clinics in your area to help ensure you fill out the forms correctly.

Most cases don’t even require a court appearance. The majority of the time you are just waiting to hear back from the court.

So if you are tired of being treated differently because of your criminal record, there is no better time than now to take back control of your life.

Expungement can help you apply for the job you deserve. Get a loan for the house of your dreams. Restore your rights to firearms. Live the life you want to live.

How do i do it?

It’s easy. First, decide if you want to pay an attorney or do it yourself. If you choose to hire an attorney, find one in your city that specializes in expungement. If you choose to do it yourself, log on to Clean Record Club to find what you are looking for.

Don’t waste time and money. Do it right the first time with Clean Record Club.

If you are ready to erase your criminal record, click here now.

Note from the Author: I have to warn you before you click on the link above, the information you find may dramatically improve the quality of your life. 

hackersafe

Have you ever been convicted of a crime?

This is the question on every job application that most people fear. In fact, 1 out of 4 people in the United States have a criminal record.

Due to recent legislation, you can now expunge criminal records and legally answer “NO” to that same dreaded question!

Crowds are celebrating as new laws have gone into effect. More people than ever before are now eligible for expungement nationwide.

Charges that can be eligible for expungement include arrest records, misdemeanors, felonies, assault, trespassing, possession, theft, shoplifting, fraud, and many more.

Start your expungement HERE today!

Why would the government allow this?

A recent Stanford study revealed that an expunged record makes it easier for people with criminal histories to find employment.

Increased employment in turn benefits the government through increasing tax revenues and decreasing public assistance payments.

Is it expensive?

This depends on how you go about it. Some people prefer to have an attorney do all the work for them and this can get expensive. As much as $5000.

However, you DO NOT need an attorney. If you choose to do it on your own you can save a lot of money!

Clean Record Club has put together an affordable in-depth expungement guide that breaks down the entire process and makes it very easy to understand.

Everything you need to get started for just $24.95!

How long does it take?

Expungement can usually be completed in less than 2 months with just a few simple forms.

Clean Record Club provides access to FREE expungement clinics in your area to help ensure you fill out the forms correctly.

Most cases don’t even require a court appearance. The majority of the time you are just waiting to hear back from the court.

So if you are tired of being treated differently because of your criminal record, there is no better time than now to take back control of your life.

Expungement can help you apply for the job you deserve. Get a loan for the house of your dreams. Restore your rights to firearms. Live the life you want to live.

How do I do it?

It’s easy. First, decide if you want to pay an attorney or do it yourself. If you choose to hire an attorney, find one in your city that specializes in expungement. If you choose to do it yourself, log on to Clean Record Club to find what you are looking for.

Don’t waste time and money. Do it right the first time with Clean Record Club.

If you are ready to erase your criminal record, click here now.

 

Note from the Author: I have to warn you before you click on the link above, the information you find may dramatically improve the quality of your life. 

hackersafe

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Have you ever been arrested? Do you know someone that has been arrested? Chances are, the answer is yes. 1 out of 4 people in the United States have been arrested.

New websites have made it simple to dig up dirt on people to help you feel more protected. Unfortunately, now all of your records are online and easy for everyone to see.

At the click of a button employers, landlords, schools, anyone can pull up all of your records leaving you just as vulnerable. Thanks to this new online tool, it’s now easier than ever to learn how to get rid of unwanted criminal records.

People all over America are stuck dealing with mistakes they made years ago. At what point should someone be able to get a second chance at living with freedom?

A recent study showed over 60% of employers said they would not knowingly hire an applicant with a criminal record. Getting student loans and housing is just as tough.

So how do you break free from the judicial cycle and live with the freedom you deserve?

Here’s How It Works.

Clean Record Club has designed a simple step-by-step guide to walk you through the entire process. Signing up through their website takes just seconds and you receive a confirmation email with instant access to all of the information.

When a record is expunged you receive a court order demanding that it be removed from your public record and all other databases.

Pretty amazing right? Think about getting a second chance, turning your back to the legal system once and for all so that you can make positive progress in your life.

After researching I found that there are a lot of people that want to clear their record, but an attorney can charge up to $4000 to do it.

Most of us don’t have that kind of money just sitting around and end up never taking action because we think there are no other options.

So the obvious question is…

“Do You Really Need An Attorney To Get Your Record Expunged?”

The answer Is no!

The process is actually pretty simple and very little work for most cases. Best of all, it can usually be completed in just 1-2 months with just a few simple forms.

That’s why so many people are rushing to get this information and clear their records.

With over 85 million Americans that have a criminal record holding them back, this is something that is long overdue.

For the first time you can use the legal system to work in your favor.

A criminal history can prevent you from getting jobs, securing loans, getting custody of children, voting, owning guns, traveling & more.

Why would you want to continue living in a situation where you have no freedom? Visit Clean Record Club and say goodbye to the legal system once and for all!

I would definitely recommend this tool to anyone who’s been arrested. If you’ve ever been treated differently because of your criminal history, you know how painful it can be. Don’t let it happen again. Protect yourself and expunge your record today!

If you think you’re ready to try it for yourself, click here now.

Note from the Author: I have to warn you before you click on the link above, the information you find may dramatically improve the quality of your life.