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Bill Signed to Erase Juvenile Crimes

Governor Snyder has signed a bill making it easier for people to erase junenile crimes from their record.

The law allows people to go to court to erase up to three offenses, just one year after the case is closed.

Under the old law people could erase just one offense, five years after the case closed.


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