How to Seal Your Juvenile & Criminal Records in California
A must-have for anyone who has ever been arrested, convicted of a crime or found delinquent in juvenile court, How to Seal Your Juvenile & Criminal Records explains what a criminal record is and what harm it can do to future employment, licenses, driving and immigration. The book also explains: -- how to seal, modify or destroy a criminal record-- the Three Strikes law-- possible scenarios concerning juvenile court records and marijuana possession records that predate 1976This practical guide includes updated information on new juvenile court procedures (Proposition 21) and immigration law. It also provides all necessary forms with instructions.
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E Three Strikes and Youre Out 312
juvenile delinquency and status offense records
Practical Results of Record Sealing
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