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On behalf of Timothy P. Martin of Martin & Kent, L.L.C. posted in blog on Tuesday, April 3, 2018.
Getting convicted of a crime is one thing. Having that crime follow you for the rest of your life on your public criminal record is an entirely different thing altogether. Fortunately, though, for some criminal defendants, they can get their criminal record expunged or sealed.
On behalf of Timothy P. Martin of Martin & Kent, L.L.C. posted in blog on Wednesday, February 21, 2018.
On television and in the movies, criminal defendants will usually want to go through the jury trial to resolve the case. In reality, only a small portion of cases are resolved in this manner. The vast majority are handled through plea deals.