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  • Purchasing a Firearm in California
    Purchasing a Firearm in California

    Are you interested in purchasing a firearm in California? If so, you’ll want to familiarize yourself with California’s gun laws. Otherwise, you could unknowingly break the law and face criminal ...

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  • How a Criminal Record Can Affect You
    How a Criminal Record Can Affect You

    If you plead guilty to a criminal offense, or if a jury finds you guilty of a crime and you are convicted, you will have a criminal record, which lasts indefinitely. While there are “criminal ...

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  • Applying for a Pardon in Orange County
    Applying for a Pardon in Orange County

    If you were convicted of a felony in Orange County, you may be interested in cleaning up your criminal record, improving your employment possibilities, and restoring your right to bear arms. You may ...

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  • Can I Clean Up My Criminal Record?
    Can I Clean Up My Criminal Record?

    If you have been convicted of a criminal offense in Orange County, your world has probably been turned upside-down. You’ve probably already dealt with some of the negative effects of a criminal ...

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  • Can Felons Have Their Charges Reduced to Vote in the Presidential Election?
    Can Felons Have Their Charges Reduced to Vote in the Presidential Election?

    Individuals with felonious records carry a lifetime of consequences and penalties. While most understand the various fines a felon may face, fewer people understand the everlasting effects such as the ...

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  • Is it Possible to Clean Up Your Criminal Record? The Answer is Yes!
    Is it Possible to Clean Up Your Criminal Record? The Answer is Yes!

    If you have a criminal record, you know the effect it can have on many areas of your life. Socially, it can damage your reputation and possibly limit where you are able to live. Financially, prior ...

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