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Governor Brown Signs California Law Improving Pardon and Certificate of Rehabilitation Procedures

California Governor Brown signed into law AB 2845, which will improve the process and benefits of the California Pardon and Certificate of Rehabilitation. There has never been a better time to get a pardon or Certificate of Rehabilitation in California. Continue reading

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California Makes A Big Impact With Small Change to Section 17(b)

California Assembly Bill 1941 is set to go into effect on January 1st, 2019. The change makes more people eligible to seek a reduction of their felony conviction to a misdemeanor conviction. Continue reading

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Higbee & Associates Wins New York Appeal for Conditional Record Sealing

The Law Firm of Higbee & Associates has won an appeal in the Appellate Term of the Supreme Court of the State of New York for the 9th and 10th Judicial Districts regarding New York record sealing. Continue reading

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Exciting New Update to Ohio Record Sealing Law – Ohio Senate Bill 66

An Ohio record sealing law, Ohio Senate Bill 66, increases the number of convictions an individual may have on their record and remain eligible to have their cases sealed. Find out if you are eligible to take advantage of this new law. Continue reading

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Governor Brown Signs Forward Thinking Marijuana Expungement Law

California Assembly Bill 1793 is a follow up to the voter passed Proposition 64 and further improves California marijuana expungement laws. Continue reading

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