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Perjury convictions are worse than suspended driving convictions – Fairfax criminal lawyer

Perjury convictions are worse than suspended driving convictions – Fairfax criminal lawyer Fairfax criminal lawyer warns against lying in and out of court – Perjury convictions must be avoided Perjury convictions are worse than suspended driving convictions. One would think … Continue reading

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Moral turpitude convictions can sink immigration status – Fairfax criminal lawyer

Moral turpitude convictions can sink immigration status – Fairfax criminal lawyer Fairfax criminal lawyer on the ongoing crimmigration minefield of criminal convictions for non-United States citizens Moral turpitude convictions (also known as crimes involving moral turpitude (“CIMT“)) and aggravated felonies … Continue reading

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"Some Prosecutors Are Erasing Old Weed Convictions. Why Isn’t Yours?"

The title of this post is the title of this new HuffPost piece on a topic that readers know is dear to my heart in part due to my work on my most recent article, "Leveraging Marijuana Reform to Enhance … Continue reading

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Minnesota Joins Widening Crackdown on “Zappers” With Announcement of State’s First Criminal Convictions for Using Sales Suppression Devices

The State of Minnesota has joined the growing list of states that are criminally prosecuting business owners for using “zapper” programs to commit tax evasion.  Yesterday the Minnesota Department of Revenue and the St. Louis County Attorney’s Office announced the convictions … Continue reading

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Seattle prosecutors now taking proactive steps to expunge past marijuana convictions

Because of my work on my new article, "Leveraging Marijuana Reform to Enhance Expungement Practices," I am especially attune to how marijuana reform is now intersecting with criminal justice concerns. So this new USA TOday article, headlined "Seattle seeks to … Continue reading

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