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What Rights Can a Convicted Felon Lose?
What Rights Can a Convicted Felon Lose?

Being convicted of a felony carries with it more than possible incarceration, probation, and/or fines. It can also result in the loss of several rights. For instance, you could be prohibited from: Serving as a juror in civil or criminal cases. Jury service is one of the ...

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Blog posts in Expungement

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    An arrest or conviction has the potential to affect you for years. You may have trouble getting a job, finding a place to live, or qualifying for ...

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  • Free One-Day Expungement Event in Downtown Wichita

    If you are interested in a clean slate through expungement in Kansas but don’t know if you qualify, a free event this Friday between 10:30 AM to 5 PM ...

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  • Will a Juvenile Crime Stay on My Criminal Record for the Rest of My Life?

    Sometimes a mistake we made in our youth can become an embarrassment when we reach adulthood. In addition, these type of incidents can become public ...

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  • Am I Eligible for Expungement?

    When you are convicted of a crime, your conviction will be entered into your criminal history, where it will stay the rest of your life. For some ...

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