~ massachusetts considers sealing non conviction criminal records ~

The Massachussetts legislature is steps away from sealing criminal records of the accused where the disposition did not result in a conviction. Senate Bill 960 is being reviewed by the Judiciary committee. Read an article

Within six months after this law takes effect, the clerk and the probation officers of each court with criminal jurisdiction shall seal their records of all non-conviction criminal cases whose final dispositions were six years or more before the date on which this law takes effect. Read the bill

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