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Senate Bill 0357


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Senate Bill 0357

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Expungement of criminal offenses. Allows a sentencing court to prohibit the disclosure to a noncriminal justice agency or individual of a person's criminal history if the person was convicted of a misdemeanor or a Class D felony that could have been reduced to a misdemeanor and if the person meets certain conditions, including not having committed additional crimes and having demonstrated the ability to reintegrate into the community. Permits a court to expunge the records of a person's conviction if the person has been pardoned or if the person's conviction was vacated or set aside. Makes conforming amendments.
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     In Committee - first House
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