Author Archives: the RecordGone Team

Florida House Bill 903 Filed to Restore Floridian Constitutional Rights

On December 6, 2017 State Representative Cord Byrd of Florida pre-filed a bill that aims to restore all Constitutional rights, including the ability to vote, to sit on a jury, and to exercise Second Amendment rights. Continue reading

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California Senate Bill 384 – Sex Offender Registration Act Signed Into Law

California Senate Bill 384, known as the Sex Offender Registration Act, was signed into law on October 6th, 2017 by Governor Jerry Brown. The law will not be effective until January 1st, 2021 and we will not be accepting clients for this law until late 2020, but, once in effect, it will dramatically change how California manages its sex offender registry system. Continue reading

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Nevada Record Sealing Law Change – More People Eligible and Shorter Waiting Periods

Updates to Nevada record sealing law will make more people eligible to seal their records and shortens the waiting periods. Find out everything you need to know about this change. Continue reading

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How to Expunge a Marijuana Conviction Under California Prop 64

The passing of Proposition 64, the Adult Use of Marijuana Act, both legalizes marijuana for recreational use and also creates a system of taxation on marijuana. Prop 64 serves an even more important purpose by allowing minor drug offenders to reenter into the workforce and general population by clearing their marijuana related criminal records. Many people who will benefit from Prop 64 have been marginalized for many years based upon extremely minor offenses which used to come with a very harsh punishment. Continue reading

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RecordGone is Now Accepting Clients for New Pennsylvania Misdemeanor Conviction Sealing

On February 16, 2016, Governor Tom Wolf signed into law Senate Bill 166, which allows the sealing of criminal records in Pennsylvania starting on November 14, 2016. The new law will provide those convicted of misdemeanor convictions a chance to capitalize on opportunities without the consequences of a criminal history readily available to the public. Continue reading

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