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Don't you hate it when people hold your past against you? In this Episode of Crime Time, we invite State Senator Scott Surovell to discuss possible changes in Virginia laws relating to cleaning up a person's criminal record. In Virginia, there are very few types of charges that you can wipe from your record unless those cases have been dismissed and only dismissed in certain ways. With criminal justice reform sweeping Virginia's state capital, there may be a glimmer of hope for people who have certain criminal convictions not just dismissals to have their records protected from public view. Tune in as we learn all about the upcoming changes to laws that may improve your criminal record.
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