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Tag Archives: Expungement

Wisconsin lawmakers seeking to expunge marijuana convictions

When the Madison barber and business owner Brian Britt, 42, stepped up to a folding table in the entryway of the Urban League of Greater Madison, he had a single goal in his mind: Wipe from his record the decades-old criminal convictions he says are holding him back.

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Expungement bills clear Assembly panels

State Assembly lawmakers have given preliminary approval to two bills that would overhaul the state’s process that allows young offenders to wipe their criminal histories clean.

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Support pours out for second expungement proposal

More than a dozen people, including lawyers, a nun, an electrician and a high school counselor lined up Thursday in support of a bill that would expand the state’s rules that allow certain people to seek the elimination of their criminal history.

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High court dismisses expunction petition

The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed the State Bar of Wisconsin's seven-year-old request for a rule change that would have allowed people charged with a crime but never convicted to remove those charges from online court records.

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2010AP1161 In re the expungement request in State v. Eric A.

Criminal Procedure Expungement Eric A. appeals an order denying both his petition for expungement and motion to be released from the sex offender registration requirements. We conclude the circuit court properly exercised its discretion and affirm. This opinion will not be published. 2010AP1161 In re the expungement request in State v. Eric A. Dist III, Pierce County, Wing, J., Hoover, ...

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