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July 31, 23

NEWS / Criminal Record Expungement Clinic held in Massachusetts


A criminal record expungement clinic is being held in the City of Pittsfield, Massachusetts, to inform residents with criminal records on how they can apply to get their criminal records expunged, thereby making it easier for them to obtain housing and employment. Since 2018, a person can seal most misdemeanors after a 3-year waiting period and most felonies after a 7-year period in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The clinic is being held by Community Legal Aid and 2nd Street at 264 Second Street, Pittsfield, Massachusetts on Thursday, August 3, between 1 and 3 pm. The expungment would eliminate criminal records from Massachusettsís Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) check. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts recommends checking eligibility for expungement at the following link: https://www.mass.gov/expunge-your-criminal-record. If you need help with retrieving your federal, state, or local criminal background check, please call us at (212) 233-7061 or e-mail us at info@apostile.us. You may also wish to check out our website.

 




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