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Can You Recover for False Arrest?

{Time to read: 3.5 minutes} If you have been arrested and can show that the police lacked probable cause, you may be entitled to monetary compensation. 388 more words

Criminal Defense Lawyer

Hawaii Supreme Court issues Guidence on Criminal Record Discrimination Law

Hawaii statutory law protects employees from discrimination due to criminal conviction record.  Specifically, HRS Chapter 378 states:

  • 378-2 Discriminatory practices made unlawful; offenses defined. (a) It shall be an unlawful discriminatory practice:
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Hawaii Employment Law Basics

Finding work with a criminal record

Marketing yourself and disclosing your criminal record

Knowing whether or not you’re required to disclose details of your criminal record is vital.

The law on disclosure… 632 more words

Students And Graduates

More Criminals Could Have Records Erased Under New Michigan Law

LANSING (WWJ/AP) - More criminals will be able to ask that their records be expunged under a new Michigan law.

Gov. Rick Snyder signed the measure Monday that lets offenders ask that their record be erased if they have up to one felony and two misdemeanors. 137 more words

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MI - Family searches for answers on missing Muskegon County mother Bobbie Maples | Fox17

MUSKEGON COUNTY, Mich.–A West Michigan family is searching for answers after they say one of their family members disappeared. Bobbie Maples has been missing for nearly two weeks now and her family has no leads. 49 more words

Missing

Expunction Function

Written by Corey V. Parton, Parton Law Firm, PLLC

Research by Brandon Forbes, 3L, Charlotte School of law

Everybody makes mistakes.  Most people regret them, learn from them, and move on.  552 more words

Charlotte School Of Law

Sydney Siege

Summary/Analysis:

Sydney hostage taker, Man Haron Monis or also known as Sheikh Haron, had an uncanny familiarity with the police. This man – the one who kept hostages locked up in a coffee shop for about 16 hours – already had an extensive criminal record. 187 more words

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