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Felony Expungement Is Just Not Something Possible In Some Felony Cases!

What is great about felony expungement is very clear. It is indeed a process that can surely clear one’s criminal record. However, if you are looking to clear my criminal record, in the event of a felony, which is not capable of being cleared from databases that do belong to crime. You may just be wishing to free yourself up from something that you will never be freed from at all. There just are certain kinds of felonies out there, which are not subject to expunge a felony, and it wouldn’t even make any sense to hire a felony expungement lawyer for yourself at all. Felony expungement is just not something that is possible in some felony cases.

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One murder case, which is now in the news, is no other than the Sierra LaMar case. This 15 year old girl was abducted and killed by the man who is being charged with her untimely demise. This man is no other than Antolin Garcia-Torres who took her life away without caring about the victim at all. He just mercilessly kidnapped her and killed her. Someone like him is not fit for any kind of felony expungement or to even get an expunge attorney. This is because he will not qualify for clearing his record ever in the eyes of the law, the eyes of the community, and the eyes of what is morally just and right of all those who know about this very sad murder case. The DA is seeking a death penalty against this monster, and this is what he does deserve, if only for what he did for this innocent and young teenage girl who didn’t deserve to die buy his hand. He is not someone who is, what you would call human, and a result of this. He robbed her of all that life. No criminal such as this, deserves to live, let alone to get his name cleared of a crime this heinous. More can be read about this trending court case at the following link of http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/Antolin-Garcia-TorresSanta-Clara-County-DA-Seeks-Death-Penalty-in-Sierra-Lamar-Case-259814671.html.

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Another suspect who is making big news at the moment in the media is no other than the actor Michael Jace. Michael Jace is from the television show called “The Shield.” Jace was just recently charged in the shooting death of his wife. It was police who discovered the body of April Jace, age 40, on Monday night at her south Los Angeles home. Police arrested Jace on Tuesday for the shooting death of his wife. It was Michael Jace himself who called 911 to say his wife was shot. Neighbors also called 911 to say they heard shots going off, as well, too. Investigators did detain the actor at the home he shared with his wife on Monday night. The actor was then booked with a charge of homicide on early Tuesday. The motive for Jace shooting his wife was said to be tied to domestic abuse. Jace was then booked and taken to a Los Angeles jail. His bail was set at one million dollars. Now, this is just another perfect example of a suspect, who will probably be found guilty of murder when his trial date does come up. Despite the fact that he is a celebrity, he may never escape this crime, which was the shooting death of his own wife. He may also never get his name cleared from crime databases either.

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So, with this said, doesn’t matter if you have a name and lots of money or are poor and unknown. If you do a bad crime, you do the time, and that time is usually for rest of your natural born days. There are just some crimes that can never be cleared or erased, due to the utter brutality of them, and these are just examples of trending court cases that have murders involved in them. Michael Jace and his wife April didn’t have any reports of domestic abuse going on. However, Jace was accused of beating up his first wife, which was back in 1997. A friend of Jace’s first wife Jennifer Bitterman did state in a sworn statement in court that she saw Jace physically abuse his wife. This sworn statement was given at the custody battle case that went on with him and his wife for custody of their son in 2005. You can read more about this trending court case at http://www.cnn.com/2014/05/20/showbiz/shield-actor-michael-jace-homicide-charge/index.html.

A good expungement lawyer is very open to doing felony expungement for the right candidates. These right candidates can only be people who have done minor crimes. Those who have done major crimes might, as well, forget about ever getting their names totally cleared from the crimes that they have done. Sometimes, these type of crimes are with one all the time, and they cannot just be discarded like they never happened. Felonies are very bad things, and because they are bad things, they are something that just cannot be excused. The only way that they can be excused, is if, the convicted party was wrongly accused and sent to jail by mistake. If a convicted felon is found guilty, and does turn out, to be innocent of a crime and is freed from jail. He or she may be able to get their name cleared by an expunge attorney. However, there would have to be lots of valid evidence, to prove that the felon is indeed not guilty of the crime they were found guilty of by their peers. Clear my criminal record may be a possibility, but said felon would have to be cleared of all charges by law enforcement first of all, and then set free from prison. \\
A felony expungement attorney will do the very best they can for those who want a clean criminal record. Nonetheless, as was previously stated, they cannot perform any good outcome for those with major felony charges and convictions. This is just something that they cannot do, for not only ethical, but also for morale reasons.

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Police: Banks Lost Over $9,000 To Credit Card Skimming Operation On Long Island

CBS New York

GARDEN CITY, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Two men were charged Thursday with using a skimming device to capture credit numbers and create fraudulent cards – resulting in losses of $9,000 to multiple banks.

Kenneth Osias, 30, of Brentwood, and Otis Barnes, 23, of Brooklyn, were both charged with grand larceny, unlawful possession of a skimming device, and unlawful possession of personal identification information, Nassau County police said.

They were arrested Thursday at Roosevelt Field Mall in Garden City.

Police said between Dec. 14 and April 8, Osias used a skimming device to steal credit card numbers from his unspecified place of employment.

He gave the numbers to Barnes, who used them to create fraudulent cards which he used to make several purchases around Nassau County, police said.

Numerous banks lost a combined total upwards of $9,000, police said.

At the time of his arrest, Barnes had an additional skimming device with…

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