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Category: Sealed Records

New York Times Reports on New York’s Sealed Record Law

The New York Times published an in depth feature on New York’s recent sealed record law, which allows individuals to seal Felony convictions for the first time in New York State. The article states that as of May 2018, only 346 individuals have had their records sealed statewide. The article details the obstacles many applicants…

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NEW LAW ALLOWS CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS TO BE SEALED

NEW LAW ALLOWS CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS TO BE SEALED    On October 7, 2017 the new § 160.59 of New York’s Criminal Procedure Law went into effect. Under this law you are able to seal up to two criminal convictions, but only one felony. You are able to apply to seal a conviction for all crimes…

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