Is My Case Eligible for Expungement?

Are you eligible for expungement? Good question! Expungement is a court-ordered process by which the legal record of an arrest or certain criminal convictions can be sealed. Arrest records and convictions not expunged will show up on background checks and affect potential employment and educational opportunities, as well as your options for credit. In some

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Shepherd’s House open for business

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Distasteful to Some…

Sex offenses are generally a taboo subject. But if you are involved in the legal system, how to deal with them from a procedural standpoint and a monitoring standpoint post-conviction, is a nightmare and most inefficient. See how one court views sex offender registration by reading below.     https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fccresourcecenter.org%2F2017%2F07%2F19%2Fpa-high-court-holds-sex-offender-registration-unconstitutional%2F&h=ATPs3Fi5MmhTEAdMC_ZH9AgJjQkp9JklngYNbMujcyxyKYn-E_Y0sXl51kfhe69BKPm_mAhQcehRkuNGpnh5YUk9VjJMxl-owHYDLmkCj0I&s=1&enc=AZOOg9qJVGdOQg7K47eqwfAfiPA3aQUkCApOJIaPnCydNrzfAJ10Y8pzHPNVXpRg-lErD8fc7DqB3J7VZMDMFaFV

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Governor Bevin Unveils New Program to Help Inmates Gain Skilled Jobs Upon Release

Inmate Jobs One of the hardest things to do when inmates get out of prison, is to find jobs.  Let alone good jobs.   Today, Governor Bevin unveiled a new apprenticeship program that will help inmates learn skilled jobs.  This will help inmates meet employers and receive training while still serving their time.  Then, once they are released,

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Re-Entry for Convicts: Senate Bill 120 Introduced Today

Re-Entry for Convicts Today, Governor Bevin introduced a new law to help convicts’ re-entry into society.  Senate Bill 120 (SB120) was introduced to the KY Senate for consideration by the Senate Judiciary Committee.  Senator Whitney Westerfield sponsored the bill.  The  purpose of the Bill is to help those who have served their time to get jobs and treatment.  This

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Criminal Justice Reform, Coming Soon to Kentucky!

Criminal Justice Reform This past summer, Kentucky’s Governor created a council to consider proposed changes to the state’s criminal justice system.  The council has created proposals for criminal justice reform in the state.  This would result in reduced jail time for many lower level offenses.  This new approach is often referred to by the slogan,

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Felony Conviction Box No Longer On State Job Applications

Felons Jobs Governor Bevin just signed an order that will help felons get jobs.  The order will remove the Felony Conviction box on State job application forms. For more information, click here: http://www.wkyt.com/content/news/Gov-Bevin-signs-order-eliminating-conviction-box-on-applications-for-state-jobs-412418503.html This is an Advertisement: If you have been charged with a crime and need legal help, please see my page for more

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KYAnonymous, Hacker’s Co-Conspirator Sentenced

The co-conspirator to the computer hacker, KYAnonymous, has been sentenced in Federal Court.  See the story, below: http://www.kentucky.com/news/local/crime/article125505029.html To see the story about KYAnonymous, see: https://www.speddinglawoffice.com/2016/11/26/computer-hacker-pleads-guilty/ This is an Advertisement: If you find yourself faced with a criminal offense in Federal Court, consider contacting my office.  For more information: https://www.speddinglawoffice.com/federal-criminal-offenses/

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