I’m not sure that I can get a violent felony expunged, but I know that if I do, I’ll need to pay the price, and that’s a lot of money. The courts do not hold you accountable for your actions, you can’t get a criminal record on your record, and you can’t get a conviction and get a prison sentence. The courts don’t hold people accountable for their actions, either.
The only time I think the game is just that bad is when they make a mistake and do something stupid. I don’t know if there are some people who will be offended by this, but I’m sure there are plenty of people who will be offended by this.
Well, you can’t get a violent felony expunged, but there are some other ways you can try to get around the law too. You can pay a fee, you can get a lawyer, you can go to court. But really the best way to get around the law is not to do it in the first place.
As it turns out, the law is pretty clear about how you can get felonies expunged. For example, if you got a drunk driving conviction, it would be okay to get away with it. Or if you got in a fight, it would be okay to get away with it. Or if you got a sex offense conviction, it would be okay to get away with it. It’s not like if you got a rape conviction, you can’t get away with it.
It all depends on what type of conviction you got. If you got a misdemeanor, it would be fine to get away with it, but for a sex offense conviction, you would need to do something to get it recharged or overturned. The same goes if you got a violent felony conviction. Getting a rape expunged is different than getting a violent felony expunged.
The other one is that I don’t know why I get a rape conviction. I’m not even sure if I got a rape expunged.
I’m not sure. I think there may be some kind of civil forfeiture. The thing is, if the victim or a witness was not involved, the case would be dismissed. It would be an issue to get a conviction overturned or recharged, which would be a civil forfeiture, but it would also be something that would be thrown out of court.
I had a horrible experience with a jury a few months ago. I was on trial for my life, and suddenly I was a wanted man. I didn’t want to go back to prison, so I pleaded no contest to a robbery charge. The judge told me that if I was convicted of robbery, that would be the only way I would get out of prison. The judge was so confident that my life would be taken away that he even called it a rape expunge.
In other words, if something horrible happened to you in the past, and you are able to prove that it was an act of violence, it can be expunged from your record. This is a rare exception though because it takes a lot of work and money to hire a private attorney and then, in some cases, a court date.
In the case of a violent felony, such as assault or rape, the offense may be expunged if the conviction is reduced to a misdemeanor, which is often determined by a conviction alone. In many cases, a person will be able to get the assault or rape expunged by proving that the crime was a misdemeanor or a misdemeanor combined with a finding that the conviction was for a minor offense.